The Practice of Online English Teaching and Learning with Microsoft Teams: From Students’ View
Keywords:online teaching, Microsoft Teams, non-English major students, teaching and learning innovation
With the Covid 19 epidemic's complicated happenings recently, promoting online teaching at universities in Vietnam has been an essential solution to ensure students' learning progress. At member institutions of the University of Da Nang, the selection and use of Microsoft Teams for online teaching have met the Ministry of Education requirements in the context of epidemic prevention and got certain results on the quality of teaching and learning. This study describes the effectiveness of online teaching on Microsoft Teams (MS Teams) in non- English major classes through students' feedback. We conducted a survey on fifty non-English major students at the University of Education-the University of Da Nang who attended online English courses from May to July 2020 to evaluate teaching and learning activities with MS Teams. The study also analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of online English teaching and proposes solutions to improve efficiency in the innovation of teaching methods and forms of teaching.
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