In episode 125, Melanie Forehand interviews Dr. Peter Ecke, Professor of Second Language Acquisition and German at the University of Arizona. Peter has published extensively on many topics in second language acquisition and language education, including study abroad. They discuss the benefits and challenges of short-term study abroad and resources for getting started with study abroad research.
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Resources related to this episode…
…The Open Doors report with recent data on international education
Some of Dr. Peter Ecke’s publications on study abroad…
…Designing and running a short-term study abroad program in Germany: Guidance for new program directors https://www.researchgate.net/publication/259601842_Designing_and_running_a_short-term_study_abroad_program_in_Germany_Guidance_for_new_program_directors
…The Effects of Study Abroad in the German-Speaking World: A Research Review https://www.researchgate.net/publication/268156706_The_Effects_of_Study_Abroad_in_the_German-Speaking_World_A_Research_Review
…Student Expectations, Motivations, Target Language Use, and Perceived Learning Progress in a Summer Study Abroad Program in Germany https://www.researchgate.net/publication/229729816_Student_Expectations_Motivations_Target_Language_Use_and_Perceived_Learning_Progress_in_a_Summer_Study_Abroad_Program_in_Germany
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Johnson, S.M. (Producer), & Forehand, M. (Interviewer). (2019). We Teach Languages Episode 125: Trends and Research in Study Abroad with Peter Ecke [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://weteachlang.com/2019/11/22/125-with-peter-ecke/