Tag: Language Learning

Webinar recordings: How English Express school recruits students online

Webinar recordings: How English Express school recruits students online

Written by on 03/04/2017 in News and Events

Did you miss the webinar on March 30th? Don’t worry, you may watch the recordings here, while having a cup of tea (or coffee): MKTONL-1 Webinar introduction https://youtu.be/HBvGgF18o2Y MKTONL-2   The Marketing Process – Organic ranking https://youtu.be/LWOt0vWmYcc MKTONL-3   The Marketing Process – Keywords to focus https://youtu.be/4AOMrFFhKZg MKTONL-4   The Marketing Process – Maximizing captures https://youtu.be/AGR6PR1I7GI […]

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Why prepare the IELTS exam?

Why prepare the IELTS exam?

Written by on 20/06/2016 in Blog

The relevance of IELTS as an internationally recognised exam for study and work in English-speaking countries is undisputed, as it is seen to provide useful practice for students and adults who need to communicate in English. One of the key aspects of the exam is precisely its development of themes relevant to people studying in English-speaking countries (in the […]

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Access to the campus

Access to the campus

Written by on 25/05/2016 in News and Events

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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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Growing number of German learners worldwide

Growing number of German learners worldwide

Written by on 23/04/2015 in Curated content

The number of people learning German as a foreign language has grown for the first time in 15 years, according to Germany’s foreign office. The language is becoming increasingly popular in China and Brazil. Learning German popular in developing countries Despite the notoriously difficult grammar and tongue-twisting combinations of consonants, more than half a million […]

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How To Use Twitter As A Learning Tool – eLearning Industry

How To Use Twitter As A Learning Tool – eLearning Industry

Written by on 13/03/2015 in Curated content

First it’s important to mention Twitter is easy to incorporate as a learning tool. In fact the hardest part was going through and getting faculty approval. Actually incorporating it into the course design as one of the learning tools was easy, low effort, no cost, and intuitive. Here are three steps to complete before designing […]

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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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Six key skills you develop while studying languages through Online Campus

Six key skills you develop while studying languages through Online Campus

Written by on 21/09/2014 in Blog

I got in my in basket an interesting article I want to share with our followers’ Community, it is about the “Top 10 Skills We Wish Were Taught In School, But Usually Aren’t”. It strokes my reading as I see lot of common disciplines with the ones gained while learning languages through a well implemented […]

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How blended learning can help teach world languages | eSchool News

How blended learning can help teach world languages | eSchool News

Written by on 28/08/2014 in Curated content

  Two schools share their keys to success with teaching world languages in a blended learning environmentWhat matters most is that the student has time to self-pace his or her own learning.Blended learning allows students to learn at their own pace, but there are a number of challenges to making it work. During a recent […]

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