Dr. Bantalem Wale | Artificial intelligence | Best Researcher Award

Associate Professor at Universidad Andrés Bello,  Chile

Dr. Bantalem Derseh Wale is an assistant professor of English language teaching with expertise in various domains including research, community service, publication, professional training, and research advisory. With a Ph.D. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), Dr. Bantalem possesses over 7 years of experience in both academic and private educational institutions. Skilled in smart PowerPoint preparation, public speaking, and academic writing, Dr. Bantalem is known for resourcefulness and ambition. Artificial intelligence

Professional Profiles:





Ph.D. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Bahir Dar University, 2016 – 2021 Research Area: Inquiry-Based Learning MEd in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Bahir Dar University, 2009 – 2011 Research Area: Teaching Material Development BEd in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Arba Minch University, 2006 – 2009 Research Area: Writing Skills Development. Artificial intelligence

Professional Expertise:

Assistant Professor Injibara University, January 2021 – Present Lecturer Woldia University, 2016 – 2011 Coordinator Culture and Art Center – Woldia University, 2009 – 2011 Responsibilities included translation, editing, participation in workshops and conferences, research, and journal article reviewing.

Research Focus:

Dr. Bantalem Derseh Wale’s research focus lies in English Language Teaching (ELT) and educational technology, particularly in exploring the effects of various instructional methods and tools on language learning outcomes. His work delves into areas such as the integration of automated writing evaluation programs in academic writing instruction, learners’ perceptions of effective teaching qualities, the association between instructors’ interpersonal behavior and language achievement, and the use of educational technology to enhance speaking performance. Dr. Wale also investigates the effectiveness of inquiry-based writing and learning approaches in developing students’ academic writing skills and critical thinking abilities within the EFL context. Artificial intelligence

Publications (TOP NOTES)

  1. Effects of using inquiry-based learning on EFL students’ critical thinking skills, cited by: 23, Publication: 2020.
  2. Using inquiry-based writing instruction to develop students’ academic writing skills, cited by: 6, Publication: 2021.
  3. Effects of using educational technology tools to enhance EFL students’ speaking performance, cited by: 5, Publication: 2023.
  4. The matrix of ELT (English Language Teaching): students’ perceptions about qualities of an effective teacher, Publication: 2024.
  5. Artificial intelligence in education: Effects of using integrative automated writing evaluation programs on honing academic writing instruction, Publication: 2024.
Bantalem Wale | Artificial intelligence | Best Researcher Award

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