What Is Said And What Is Done:
Efl Student Writers’ Perceptions Of Peer Feedback Through Blogs And Their Actual Use


Onuma LAKARNCHUA
Punchalee WASANASOMSITHI


ABSTRACT
The demand of responsibilities among teachers has evolved not only in classroom management but also to the extent of promoting communication and interpersonal skills. Social media is integrated in schools and higher learning institutions for communication and reflection of learning which enhance teachers’ performance in leadership quality and effective teaching. This study was designed in a qualitative approach mainly to explore the extent of interest and enjoyment students experienced during an intensive ICT course. Blog was used as a medium for reflection during the class where students posted their creations of videos, posters and other ICT materials. The three needs investigated were namely autonomy, competence, and relatedness support. The researcher further examined on students’ awareness of the usefulness of the ICT skill they learned and how much they can use the blog for teaching and learning. Based on the Basic Psychological Needs Theory framework (BPNT), this study has adopted the direct observation, journal entry, and interviews as a triangulation approach.


KEYWORDS: Qualitative Research, Basic Psychological Needs Theory, Blog and Social Network.

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