Mustafa A. Bingol

Mustafa A. Bingol
Ph.D.
Cell Phone 07503512771
Location Tishk International University Erbil Branch Address 100 Meter Street and Mosul Road Erbil KRG IRAQ
Specialty English Language Teaching
Pronouns He / Him / His

Mustafa A. Bingol

Law

Position: Lecturer
Faculty : Law.
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BackgroundResearchPublicationsCourses
Education (PhD, MSc/MA, BSc/BA)
Ph.D. in English Language Teaching
Teaching philosophy

My teaching philosophy is to create a safe environment that is interactive and collaborative and that promotes problem-solving and critical thinking skills. A welcoming environment accommodates a variety of adult learning styles and encourages students to present their opinions while respecting the opinions of others. By giving students a voice in class, not only do the students benefit from peer-peer learning by enriching the course material with personal experiences and knowledge, but they also take responsibility for their own learning and, therefore, enhance the integration of their new knowledge into practice. Promoting independent thinking is essential so that students can take what they have learned and apply it in real-life situations. Therefore, I endeavor to make my classroom an area for students to learn skills and demonstrate outcomes.

Previous positions
  1. 2010-present Assistant lecturer at Tishk University/Erbil, Iraq
  2. 2006-2010 Instructor at Turkmen-Turk university / Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
  3. 2002-2006 English teacher at Koneurgenc private school / Koneurgenc, Turkmenistan
Research interests
  1. Listening
  2. writing
  3. mobile learning
Supervision
Journals

Bingol, M. A., Celik, B., Yidliz, N., & Tugrul, M. C. 2014. Listening Comprehension Difficulties Encountered by Students in Second language Learning Class. Journal of Educational and Instructional Studies in the World, 4(4), 16.

Celik, B., Yildiz, N., Mart, C.T., Bingol, M.A.

The Significance of ESAP (English for Specific Academic Purpose) Needs Analysis for Subject Instructions in Engineering Faculty (Ishuk University, Iraq Case). Journal of

Educational and Instructions Studies in the World. Vol. 4. Issue 4. pp. 57–63.

 Bingol M. 2017. Importance of listening comprehension: a literature review International  Journal of social sciences & education studies Vol. 4

Bingol M. 2016. Relationship between teaching language and culture from the views of the English lecturers. Journal of Educational and Instructions Studies in the World. Vol. 6. Issue 2. pp. 84–89

 Bingol M., Celik B. 2014. Importance of listening in the language learning and planning a listening lesson properly. 5th International visible conference on foreign language teaching and applied linguistics 13-14 April, Erbil. pp.267-271

Bingol M., Celik B.,Yildiz N. 2014. Smart Phone Assisted Language Learning. International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies. Vol. 1. Issue 2. pp. 67-71

Bingol, M.A., Celik, B., & Yildiz, N. (2014). Smart phone assisted language learning. International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies, 4 (2), 109-114.

Yildiz, N., Bingol, M.A., Celik, B., & Akdeniz, C. (2014). Technology based teaching and learning English language. International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies, 1 (2), 90-96.

Bingol, M.A. (2018). Student preferences for m-learning in higher education institutions. Journal of Education in Black Sea Region, 4 (1), 35-43.

Chkotua, M. & Bingol, M.A. (2018). Teacher views on mobile language learning. International Journal of Social Sciences & Educational Studies, 5 (1), 230-237.

Proceedings

Language education through mobile learning, Proceedings of 3rd International Academic Conference on Economics, Business and Social Sciences – “Contemporary Academic Issues in a Modern Society”  21-23 December 2018, Tbilisi, Georgia

2020-2021

GENERAL ENGLISH I

LEGAL TERMINOLOGY I

GENERAL ENGLISH III

ACADEMIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE ( PART2 )

ACADEMIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE I

2019-2020
  1. General English 160, 245 (Undergraduate)
  2. Academic English 339, 432 (Undergraduate)
  3. Legal terminology 170 (Undergraduate)
2018-2019
  1. General English 160, 245 (Undergraduate)
  2. Academic English 339(Undergraduate)
  3. Academic debate 101 (Undergraduate).