Date of Award




Document Type

Master's Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)


Department of Education Theory and Practice

Content Description

1 online resource (x, 142 pages) : PDF file, illustrations (some color)

Dissertation/Thesis Chair

Carla J. Meskill


CALL & EFL in Gaza Strip, Information and Computer Technology (ICT), Palestinian EFL teachers, Teaching EFL via computers in Gaza, Palestine., Teaching EFL via technology, technology as a medium/tool, English language

Subject Categories

Education | Educational Technology | Language and Literacy Education


The primary purpose of this research is to present a successful model of a Palestinian EFL ICT-using teacher; through investigating the viability of a Palestinian EFL teacher to effectively use ICT as a medium in the classroom in a basic school. The research presents a pioneering idea that focuses on the pedagogical ability of the teacher to design and teach governmental EFL material via technology in a developing, occupied and besieged area (The Gaza Strip: Palestine). The research is meant to present a successful demonstrative study that would address Palestinian EFL teachers, decision makers, school administrators and sponsors.