Teachers’ Perceptions on Reflective Skills in the Context of Private Higher Education Institutions: AUC and MIU


This study intends to examine the perceptions of teachers about their reflective thinking skills in private higher education institutions. The aim of the study is to establish how teachers' perceptions may impact their teaching. The research will be conducted in private institutions utilizing the qualitative research method. Interview guides will be used for the purpose of data collection. The research will investigate the views of teachers on their reflective thinking aptitudes and examine the teachers' approaches in applying such skills in teaching to establish whether teachers' reflective skills are important and to what extent they benefit the teacher. This paper will focus on the English departments within the context of private institutions: The American University in Cairo (AUC) and Misr International University (MIU).

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Samar Wahba, American University in Cairo, Egypt

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Conference: ECLL2018
Stream: Professional development

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