Below is the list of successful applications to the 2022 BALEAP Research Funding Award. We are excited to see the outcomes and impact of these projects. Watch this space!
An intervention to scaffold understanding at a conceptual level in an EAP context. Celia V. Antoniou University of Strathclyde, School of Education
Inclusivity, interactivity and communities of practice: exploring principles of an instructional design in a post-pandemic online programme in English for academic study. Weronika Fernando, Queen Mary, University of London
Exploring Inclusive Formative Assessment Practices (IFAP) of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) in Higher Education (HE). Dr Eleni Meletiadou, London Metropolitan University – Guildhall School of Management and Law
RefugEAP: conceptualising, piloting and evaluating an innovative EAP programme for refugee-background students. Aleks Palanac, University of Leicester (Centre for International Training and Education) and Deirdre McKenna, University of Leeds.
SUEÑO: Oaxacan experiences of EAP testing instruments and their washback on graduation rates, teaching practices, and language ideology in Oaxaca, Mexico. Alexander Black, UCL IOE and Melissa Ferrin, UTM (Mexico)