Paper presentation

Alison MacKenzie, Dr.
Centre for Preparatory Studies, Sultan Qaboos University

Alison worked in South Africa, Japan, the U.A.E and Qatar prior to training teachers for a decade in Oman. She completed the University of Exeter EdD (TESOL) programme and currently teaches in the CPS at SQU and researches coeducation.

Does the innovation of male and female integration affect motivation? (PP71), Paper
While gender integration, or coeducation, might not appear to be an innovation at SQU, it is new for the foundation students, many of whom arrive from gender separated schools. Drawing on her doctoral thesis investigating coeducation, the presenter will compare and contrast her latest research into mixed gender classes and the effects on student motivation. This presentation is aimed at ELT professionals interested in research as well as those working in or anticipating coeducational classes.