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Create beautiful content with Moodle 3.2

Create beautiful content with Moodle 3.2

Written by on 15/03/2017 in Blog

Moodle 3.2 comes with a new theme called Boost. It brings important advantages not only on the visible, but also under the hood. Let’s start with the visible. The user interface is much (very much) cleaner than previous version. The long menu with tons of options has disappeared and now we have a very simple […]

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Online Campus Mobile App Preview

Online Campus Mobile App Preview

Written by on 15/02/2017 in Blog

The new mobile app is coming! Adhoc Language is creating a new mobile app to help language schools to improve frequency and quality of communication between teachers (and school) and students.

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Free webinar: Boost student’s motivation with Moodle 3.2

Free webinar: Boost student’s motivation with Moodle 3.2

Written by on 07/02/2017 in News and Events

Students’ and teachers’ motivation is a cornerstone when implementing Blended Learning. Moodle is paying attention to this point by bringing us a new version that will make life easier to all kinds of users. Moodle 3.2 has been recently launched and it really comes with huge improvements in usability and accessibility. This session is targeted […]

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Is your teaching process efficient?

Is your teaching process efficient?

Written by on 05/09/2016 in Blog

A few days ago I had a very interesting chat with the General Manager of Knewton South East Asia. They offer solutions for a real customised and adaptive learning process. I had an “Eureka!” moment during the chat. That’s the future of learning! I have had quite a few discussions about the educative systems in […]

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4 quick tips to fail implementing blended learning in your language school

4 quick tips to fail implementing blended learning in your language school

Written by on 11/05/2015 in Blog

I think blended learning has arrived to stay. And for language schools will be mandatory to use it if they want to compete in the global market. Maybe a few will be able to survive in a traditional way, but I think technology is disrupting education and changes will happen in the next few years.

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Language learning will be mobile or won’t be (five quick tips)

Language learning will be mobile or won’t be (five quick tips)

Written by on 06/04/2015 in Blog

Finally, one more tip about technology strategy. Today it is not necessary to invest in creating mobile apps. The main problem is maintaining them later. You only have to create responsive content. There are a lot of resources and a lot of web professionals willing to do it for a reasonable price.

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An Investigation of Techniques That Encourage and Measure Oral Communication in Japanese EFL Classrooms | Gregory Hadley – Academia.edu

An Investigation of Techniques That Encourage and Measure Oral Communication in Japanese EFL Classrooms | Gregory Hadley – Academia.edu

Written by on 24/02/2015 in Curated content

Does language learning result from regularly monitoring and rewarding the use of spoken English in the classroom? And, in what way does the regular measure of oral communication complement the established testing norms of many Japanese schools? The results of this threeyear study found that TEMOC may have some educational value in Japanese language classes, […]

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Benefits of Working Online Teaching English

Benefits of Working Online Teaching English

Written by on 02/02/2015 in Curated content

There are many advantages for educational professionals when they work online as English teachers. This type of job allows instructors to schedule their lessons around their own daily agendas. Educators are able to grow professionally, earn an income, and make a difference in the lives of their students. Schoolteachers who work online teaching English find […]

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The Flipped Classroom: Turning the Traditional Classroom on its Head

The Flipped Classroom: Turning the Traditional Classroom on its Head

Written by on 13/01/2015 in Curated content

The Flipped Classroom Infographic. Whats a flipped classroom and why now? See full story on knewton.com

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10 Reasons Today’s Students NEED Technology in the Classroom

10 Reasons Today’s Students NEED Technology in the Classroom

Written by on 31/12/2014 in Curated content

Technology is everywhere, entwined in almost every part of our lives. It affects how we shop, socialize, connect, play, and most importantly learn. With their great and increasing presence in our lives it only makes sense to have mobile technology in the classroom. Yet there are some schools that are delaying this imminent future of […]

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