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Education program to practitioners – first half of 2018

Education program to practitioners – first half of 2018

Written by on 30/01/2018 in Blog

During the first half of the year we focus on very practical subjects that will enable e-learning practitioners and education managers to take key decisions along their profession. Teachers and managers need to know if their training efforts result in progress among their students, and they also ned to optimize their education offer and guide […]

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Blended Learning best practices

Blended Learning best practices

Written by on 15/01/2016 in Blog

The ones we are in the e-Learning world from its origins like us, are able to compare what has and has not changed over the years. Looking back several years in my archives I found a survey that was performed by “The e_learning Guild” focused on Best practices, which in my opinion contains many valid thoughts. […]

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The Magic Letter

The Magic Letter

Written by on 23/12/2015 in Blog

When Christmas approaches and the year comes to an end, everybody writes down on paper or unconsciously a wish and a goals list for the next year. At business schools they call it tactical strategy. We at Adhoc Language would like to do it as well. And hopefully most of our wishes and goals will […]

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Webinar “IELTS and other certifications made easy with Blended Learning”

Webinar “IELTS and other certifications made easy with Blended Learning”

Written by on 30/11/2015 in News and Events

Join our 45-minute online webinar Tuesday, 15th December 2015, – 1:00 pm CET (Madrid) / 8:00 pm Singapore time – English session – 4:00 pm CET (Madrid) – English session Check your time zone according your city (Time zone converter) and join us from your desk. Becoming certified requires preparation and self-confidence. In this webinar […]

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The Teacher’s Guide To Choosing The Best Digital Content | Edudemic

The Teacher’s Guide To Choosing The Best Digital Content | Edudemic

Written by on 18/12/2014 in Curated content

A blended learning environment means you´re mixing technology with standard teaching practices in order to enhance education. In other words, you´re mixing a little bit of tech with a little bit of in-classroom learning and you´re getting something better than the sum of its parts. Blended learning is becoming the biggest trend in education technology […]

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How to create official exam practices for your language students

How to create official exam practices for your language students

Written by on 10/12/2014 in Blog

We can define five patterns addressed to different school needs. Maybe the most useful and easy to implement is the Intensive Assessment. It is aimed to increase the students practice for the official test. There are some benefits for the school that worth remind: 1. It increases the classroom value time. The teachers can use […]

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Guide to Creating Tech-Friendly Classroom Management Strategies | Edudemic

Guide to Creating Tech-Friendly Classroom Management Strategies | Edudemic

Written by on 14/10/2014 in Curated content

One of your jobs as a modern-day teacher is to invite your students to the technology table. The trick is to convince them that tech gadgets arent just for entertainment; theyre also for learning. Your kids wont reach their learning goals if you dont lure them in. If you’re a teacher who grew up in […]

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New activities and resources in Online Campus for Language Teaching

Written by on 03/10/2014 in Blog

We have included a lot of new features gathering some customers’ requests. They are focused in a better and easiest student guidance and assessment, a bit of gamification to engage the student and some features to make students’ and teachers’ life easier.

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Testing the test with Ascend

Testing the test with Ascend

Written by on 30/06/2014 in Blog

Last week we perform a trial session of testing with our friend David Doyle in his school, Ascend, in Singapore. We want to thank him the opportunity to collaborate and we wish we can go on in the future. The test point us some interesting aspects to be considered.

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