4 Basic Language Skills to Cover in an Online Course

Language learning is comprised of four foundational skills. Here’s how you can teach them in your course. From the earliest days of the Internet, online […]

4 Reasons to Translate Your LearnDash Course

Translating your online course is easier than ever with the new WPML integration. Shortly after I graduated high school, I had an opportunity to go […]

App review: Studycat

Studycat is a language learning app for young learners. It aims to ‘revolutionise the way kids learn a foreign language, by making it fun and […]

Pissing Flower Beds

Seated at the child sized lunch table, our international contingent of teachers sat comparing child rearing experiences. "You know how it is. Pissing flower beds […]

Belt and Road and EdTech: Facts About China’s Learning Ecosystem Play

A method of coordination using a mix of markets and centrally planned mechanisms, on the works for decades, seems to be giving China’s education industry […]

Teaching programming languages online – challenges and how to address them

In today’s digital world, there is hardly a process that would not be accessible or executable online. From the automated production of advanced machinery to […]

3 Affective Variables in Second Language Acquisition

Affective factors definitely play a role in second language acquisition, research has confirmed that a variety of affective variables relate to success in second language acquisition. […]

How to find places to practise speaking your new language

If you’re on holiday or living abroad, you don’t want to miss the opportunity to practise with the locals. But how best to get to […]

Language Resolutions You Can Do This Year

Each year, we make a resolution to do something better. And lots of people choose to start, or continue, a new language. But between work, […]

In Business, Think Globally and Act Locally Means Language Training

We’re all familiar with the phrase “Think globally, act locally”, meaning that big changes are often started with smaller moves on a local scale. Although […]

Listen Up! You Can Train Listening Skills With Interactive Video

Exploiting their fondness of videos, Mariëlle enhances her students' involvement by creating an interactive video for practising the listening skills.

How I Made Boring Grammar Lessons A Thing Of The Past

Ever struggled with making grammar classes fun? Look no further; Mariëlle experimented with how interactive video could be an effective tool for grammar teaching.

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