Using Action Research to Support International ESL Students in Information Systems Courses

@inproceedings{Bretag2004UsingAR,
  title={Using Action Research to Support International ESL Students in Information Systems Courses},
  author={Tracey Bretag},
  year={2004}
}
This paper reports on an action research project that aimed to explore ways to support international ESL students undertaking Information Systems courses at an Australian university. Using a range of data sets including students’ grades, students’ evaluations, tutors’ evaluations, results from a student focus group, and an interview with collaborating teaching staff, the paper concludes that the main initiative implemented during the research, providing team-taught support tutorials to… CONTINUE READING

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