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Using ARCS model to motivate adult Arab learners in an online setting: IOL as a case study

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Mona Younes

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What is it going to be about?

Multiple obstacles hinder the interactive engagement of Adult Arab Learners in an online setting:  their previous lecture-type educational experience, cultural sensitive issues, like the intermingling of sexes within discussion forums, their attitude towards the internet as a mere entertainment mean, lack of necessary study skills…etc. are just to mention some. A 4 weeks, flexible, interactive parental free of charge training course that engaged 87 parents in  could successfully overcome a lot of these by a skillful implementation of the ARCS ( Attention – Relevance – Confidence & Satisfaction) Motivational Model. Tactics and strategies used to motivate online Arab Learners are the core of this presentation. Come and join it.

Multiple obstacles hinder

Multiple obstacles hinder the interactive engagement of Adult Arab Learners in an online setting:  their previous lecture-type educational experience, cultural sensitive issues, like the intermingling of sexes within discussion forums, their attitude towards the internet as a mere entertainment mean, lack of necessary study skills…etc. are just to mention some. A 4 weeks, flexible, interactive parental free of charge training course that engaged 87 parents in  could successfully overcome a lot of these by a skillful implementation of the ARCS ( Attention – Relevance – Confidence & Satisfaction) Motivational Model. Tactics and strategies used to motivate online Arab Learners are the core of this presentation. Come and join it.



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