Activity 2 | Disseminating Research

After my research is completed, I plan disseminate my research in a professional development workshop.

The reason to choose this channel is that the target audience of my research is English teachers in China. This research is aimed at finding out the problems with English education, and serve as a basis for teachers to find out solutions.

In order to make the findings accessible to the target audience, I will have several methods. The first is to publicize the findings on open cloud platforms, such as Baidu docs, which is the local counterpart of google docs. Users can find and download the related documents by searching key words. Besides, the second channel is to send to individuals by emails; however, the problem with this method is that it would be limited to teachers in the workshop where I take the research.

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Eric Yu is a dynamic English Second Language Instructor in the areas of distant learning. He holds a Bachelor degree from the Shanghai International Studies University and is currently studying in the MS degree from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC, Canada. Since moving to Canada in 2011, he acclimated himself to the local anculture, and quickly built a cross nation online learning practice, getting involved in IELTS teaching and other online training projects between China and Canada. Eric Yu currently lives in Shanghai, China and work as the team leader of online after-school education in Global Eduation of Puxin Limited. He loves music and is fascinated to search for rare CDs and LPs of rock and jazz musicians in 1960s. Eric Yu has performed well in a diverse range of team environments, from every corner of the world. He lives in Shanghai, China but travels around the world frequently both for work and leisure.

One thought on “Activity 2 | Disseminating Research”

  1. excellent idea Eric- a workshop is always a great way to not only disseminate your findings, but allows for practical integration of those findings, and for feedback and questions and explorations of next steps

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