Attitudes of Moroccan English teachers towards the use of ICT (Oujda) ab 49.9 EURO What is the current state?
This research investigates how ICT is used in the classroom of some Moroccan high schools from the perspective of teachers. Based on three fundamental research questions, the aim is to analyse the level and impact of ICT on teachers' pedagogy, as well as their attitudes and motivation toward the use of these information and communication technologies. The research adopts the questionnaires as a method of data gathering. The evidence was then analysed based upon the original research questions outlined. The research suggests there is capacity in the skills of teachers to use ICT effectively, at least on a fundamental or technical level, with the presence of a significant gap between possessing these skills and applying them in the school setting. Additionally, some teachers admit the importance of ICT in developing more constructivist methods in the classroom.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Tarifit is a Northern Berber language of the Zenati subgroup, spoken mainly in the Moroccan Rif and in other cities by about 4 million people. There is about 1 million Tarifit-speaking immigrants in Europe. Tarifit is spoken mainly in the Moroccan Rif by about 4 million people, with a large minority in the Spanish Autonomous city of Melilla. There are also speakers of Tarifit in Morocco outside the Rif, among significant communities in Oujda, Tangiers, Tetouan, Larache, Fes, and Casablanca. A substantial Tarifit-speaking community exists in the Netherlands as well as in other European countries including Belgium, Germany, France, and mainland Spain. Its own speakers simply call it Thamazight, or Tamazight, a term also often applied in a broader sense to Berber languages in general.
The sedimentology, biostratigraphy, and sequence stratigraphy of the Early Carboniferous turbiditic basins of Moroccan Meseta are described in this book. After numerous lithologic and paleontologic investigations, a precise biostratigraphic scale was built, especially by foraminifers for Morocco to date limestones in platform, but also turbidites because carbonate and detrital sediments are mixed in platform and basin. Four marine basins more or less connected together, existed in this period: Sidi Bettach near Rabat, Central Morocco between Oulmes, Azrou and Khenifra, Jebilet and High-Atlas near Marrakech, and Eastern Meseta basins between Fès and Oujda. On mixed carbonate and detrital platforms surrounding the basins or on horsts within the basins, the eustacy prevails upon the tectonics, and consequently sequences are more similar to the Vail's type. Comparisons between Moroccan sequences of platforms and basins, and sequences of platforms in Belgium and Great Britain show that some discontinuities are coeval. According to their palaeobiogeographical affinities, it is possible to deduce that the Moroccan basins were connected with Palaeo-Tethys and western Europe.