Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jesp

Students’ Perceptions of M-Learning Activities within the Algerian Context
Dr Imane Tiahi

This study aimed to explore student engagement and interaction with m-learning activities in EFL(English as a Foreign Language) within the Algerian context at Teaching Training Institute. Three mobile applications were used to achieve the aim; these are Padlet, Kahoot, and This research project is a qualitative case study that engages 10 undergraduate students (18-20 years) who took part in eight sessions (two sessions held in each week). The findings were collected through reflective journals. The findings have fundamental implications for EFL teachers and institutional leaders who aim to provide an opportunity for students to engage with the English context through m-learning. The results were thematically analysed. It was evident that students provided positive attitudes towards m-learning activities. It is not only motivating but also engaging in learning processes; the m-learning apps were well received, and thus research can be taken further to examine their possible impact within the Algerian context.

Full Text: PDF