Trials were successfully completed from Dec 2016 to April 2017. Jnrlink®
underwent trials at two state-owned kindergartens in Xinjiang, China where students had no prior foundation in English.
Our trials sought to demonstrate two capabilities: for students, improved learning abilities and English language skills, and for teachers, reduced workload and stress while maintaining teaching quality.
Results showed that students were able to identify pictures with their English names, pronounce words clearly and accurately, and subsequent tests showed gradual improvement in vocabulary acquisition. Additionally, students displayed an increased ability to focus, better memory acquisition and retention, and greater interest and enthusiasm in studying.
For teachers, Jnrlink® saved them time needed in coming up with curriculum and teaching materials, providing them easy to use tools which reduced stress, allowing them to focus more on their students.
This additional focus helped improve learning outcomes, even where teachers were not proficient in English, thereby increasing the confidence of both students and teachers alike.
At present, the program is roll out in Guizhou and research results conducted by Harvard University will be released in June 2018.