Harvard University Research on Genki English

ELT4Mafia just put on Facebook about the research side of ourΒ Africa project.

With such a glowing report from Harvard I’m thinking it will make it much easier for your schools to accept Genki English (and Genki Phonics!)

Our pre and post course testing data has been put through rigourous statistical analysis, and Emily from Harvard Graduate School of Education writes “Based on a variety of analyses, it has been confirmed that the ELT4Mafia program had a significant, positive and robust impact on students’ learning outcomes“.

Thank-you Emily for your very detailed feed-back and well done everyone that taught in the 2012 program.

The full ELT report (2012) will be out shortly.


Do you think it will help?

Richard Graham

I'm on a mission to make education Genkiβ€”fun, exciting, and full of life! Genki English has now been researched by Harvard University and licensed by the British Council around the world. The results have been magical! Now I'm here to help you teach amazing lessons, with all the materials prepared for you, and to double your teaching income so you can sustainably help many more students in the future!

6 Responses to “Harvard University Research on Genki English”

  1. Liza

    Good one! Unfortunately, a lot of research gets trapped in the jargon filled and indigestible world of academia and does not make it out into the practical world where it is needed. Also,there is often resistance to new ideas and discoveries from the education establishment, and individuals who are unwilling to change their habits and beliefs.

  2. richard

    This is hopefully why this is such great news, we get all the practical help of Genki English but we can say it’s backed up by research from Harvard – hopefully the best of both worlds!

  3. Nena

    Totally agree with you Richard! And the fact that’s on facebook makes it more visible.
    In addition, anyone who is using GENKI ENGLISH can testify that it really works!!!

  4. Liliana

    Genki English is wonderful, that’s why my students keep saying they love the English classes… And I became a much more happier teacher with so many smiling kids in classes. Thank you GENKI ENGLISH!

  5. Gumby

    Richard, has this report come out online?

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