Megan Case is a junior lecturer in educational work at Dalarna University and a doctoral candidate in education at Örebro University. Her research is focused on adult learners of foreign languages and the ways that they form their own personal learning environments out of the tools and relationships available to them.
- Language students’ personal learning environments through an activity theory lens, Part of: CALICO Monograph Series, CALICO, 2015. Chapter of book. .
- Machine translation and the disruption of foreign language learning activities, eLearning Papers, 2015, No. 45, 4-16. Article : refereed. .
- Experiences of idiolect change among English speakers in Sweden, Part of: Text - Meaning - Context: Cracow Studies in English Language, Literature and Culture, Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2011. Chapter of book. .
Evaluation and Development Work in Preschool Class and Primary School Grades 1-3 (APG275)
Evaluation and Development Work in Preschool Class and Primary School Grades 1-3 (PG3067)
Evaluation and Development Work in Primary School Grades 4-6 (APG276)
Evaluation and Development Work in Primary School Grades 4-6 (PG3068)
The Civic Mission of the School System (GPG2N8)