Bälter, O., Kann, V., Mutimukwe, C. & Malmström, H. (2023). English-medium instruction and impact on academic performance: a randomized control study. Applied Linguistics Review. https://doi.org/10.1515/applirev-2022-0093 Open access athttps://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/applirev-2022-0093/html#APA AbstractStakeholders and researchers in higher education have long debated the consequences of English-medium instruction (EMI); a key assumption of EMI is that student’s academic learning through English … Continue reading “New publication: English-medium instruction and impact on academic performance: a randomized control study”
A randomized control study performed at KTH with assistance from Chalmers has finally answered the question on how the teaching language affects the students’ learning, and it is not looking good for teaching Swedish students in English: https://www.chalmers.se/en/current/news/worse-results-and-more-drop-outs-when-teaching-is-in-english,c3834271/
Olga presented Cultural differences in Students’ Privacy Concerns in LA across Germany, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and the US. Former TEL group member Chantal presented Online proctoring systems in higher education: Understanding stakeholders’ privacy perceptions and responsibilities with Olga as one of the co-authors. Olle held a workshop on developed together with Ric who cheered on … Continue reading “TEL group at NLASI 23 in Oulu, Finland”
The Swedish Institute announced the happy news today. For more information on the OneLearns project, see this link.
Our paper A Web-Based Program About Sustainable Development Goals Focusing on Digital Learning, Digital Health Literacy, and Nutrition for Professional Development in Ethiopia and Rwanda: Development of a Pedagogical Method has been published in JMIR Formative Research. Background:East African countries face significant societal challenges related to sustainable development goals but have limited resources to … Continue reading “Paper published on the OneLearns program in Rwanda and Ethiopia”