Review: Academic Writing – Mastering Citation and Referencing

Academic Writing: Mastering Citation and Referencing is the latest publication from Prosperity Education. The book is aimed at learners on pre-sessional university courses, who are […]

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) as a Niche Opportunity – Interview with Denise Patience

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is a type of course that is designed to prepare international students for academic study at university level. EAP classes […]

Prism and Prism for Learning

Photo by Rio Kuncoro from Pexels Tell me what you see.  Is light and lightness? Or the darkness of shadows? Prism and Prism - both digital tools but […]

Writing Prompts and EAP Support

Learning does not happen in a vacuum, learning preferences depend so much on context and individuals, while writing skills demand constant refinement.  How can educators […]

Worlds of Words

Unsplash How to encourage learner autonomy when it comes to learning vocabulary? How to inspire curiosity to learn more about certain words in English? For […]

Webbing Words while Brainstorming

Unsplash One of the questions often raised in regard to online learning, is how to establish rapport among learners and more critically, how can learners […]

Suggestions for Blogging Writing.  Creativity.  Time.  Lot and lots and lots of time.  Simply because there is more free time now, does not mean that everyone is […]

Learning Collaboratively with Bubblus

Photo by Startup Stock Photos from Pexels While sitting around in libraries, campus parks and study rooms may not be possible for so many learners right now, there […]

Trolling for Learning about the Polarization of Public Discourse

Photo by Ivan Bertolazzi from Pexels Recently, there seems to have been news that Finland would be implementing a 4 day working week. This however, was not true […]

Creating Charts for Learning Projects

As 2019 crawls to its end, I turn (once again) to this space which I use when in need. No, this is not a post […]

Learning How to Learn with Notes & Maps

Photo by Aksonsat Uanthoeng from Pexels Learning how to learn may come easily to some students - but definitely not to all. Whether one is going to point […]

A Grammar App for those Lazy Days

Sometimes it's the simplest of mistakes that give it all away. Or perhaps not. Perhaps it's just a question of distraction, lack of attention, multi-tasking. […]

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