Leveraging Technology in Education: Enhancing Listening Comprehension Proficiency in ESL Classes


  • Ma Theresa Verzano Del Socorro Faculty, Department of High School, Philippines




utilization, technology, online platforms, listening comprehension


Christian Louis Lange once remarked, "Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master," a sentiment that rings true in the evolving landscape of education. The integration of technology has reshaped traditional teaching-learning paradigms, opening new avenues and platforms for educational opportunities. In this paper, we explore the transformative role of technology in enhancing listening comprehension proficiency among students. The study aims not only to underscore the significance of technology in the educational process but also to examine the factors influencing students' proficiency in listening comprehension. Embracing technology in distant teaching-learning experiences has become increasingly indispensable. Technology serves as a catalyst, empowering both educators and learners to navigate the digital landscape effectively. Numerous studies attest to the positive impact of technology and online platforms on students' learning outcomes, with increased interest and engagement observed over time. This paper delves into the utilization of technology in education, elucidating its multifaceted roles in the learning process. Furthermore, it examines the factors that shape technology utilization and proficiency, particularly in writing and listening comprehension. By shedding light on these aspects, educators can harness the potential of technology to create dynamic and interactive learning environments that cater to diverse learners' needs.


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How to Cite

M. T. V. D. Socorro, “Leveraging Technology in Education: Enhancing Listening Comprehension Proficiency in ESL Classes”, IJRAMT, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 1–7, Mar. 2024, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.10788256.