THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CANVAS TO ENHANCE ENGLISH TEACHING AND LEARNING

Arsyi Fadilah Al Khoeri, Winda Nuraini, Ramdani Ramdani, Sheryan Agum

Abstract


Canvas is one of the Learning Management Systems (LMSs) used to manage classroom activity. An LMS is supposed to be well-managed to create a supportive online teaching and learning environment. Consequently, both students and teachers are in need of adjusting to the work of the chosen LMS. This research aims at exploring the current implementation of Canvas to enhance English teaching and learning practices. The study focused more on the student’s perspectives towards the use of Canvas Application by the teacher. This research was applied qualitative method. The data were obtained from classroom observation, documentation and questionnaire. The analysis results show that Canvas enhanced English teaching and learning process since it offers various features, such as modules for sharing materials, discussion boards, assignments, conferencing tools for online meeting, and wider links to other platforms. These frequently used features have indeed supported English teaching and learning practices. Students felt comfortable, surprised, and engaged even though there are some obstacles they have experienced

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35194/cp.v0i0.1366

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