EC In Action In Taiwan
Wed, 08 Oct 2014 18:54:13 +0000
EnglishCentral is currently being highlighted in a number of schools in Taiwan. In partnership with New Moon Education and in co-operation with the English Education Resource Center of the Ministry of Education in Taiwan, EnglishCentral is holding demonstration classes at a number of schools throughout the country. The goal is to promote a new set […] Go to article »
2 Million & counting ….
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 17:25:55 +0000
Video based language learning helps students so much! Not only do students better their reading and listening skills but on EnglishCentral they can practice speaking and receive instant feedback. The “Full Monty”, using the world’s best videos that really motivate learners. On EnglishCentral, Watching = Reading + Listening + Speaking It’s incredible how far we’ve come. Onward […] Go to article »
Changing The World One Student At A Time
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 20:38:26 +0000
EnglishCentral recently visited a very unique school in Guatemala City, Guatemala, The Acton Academy. Our Director of Education, David Deubelbeiss spent the morning there meeting staff, learning how they use EnglishCentral and being interviewed by the students about his “Hero’s Journey”. The Acton Academy shares a very similar mission as EnglishCentral, “to inspire each child […] Go to article »
ELT Conferences: Mark Your Calendar!
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 14:54:03 +0000
EnglishCentral participates in many of the world’s largest TESOL conferences and events. It’s a great opportunity for us to promote EnglishCentral and get face to face feedback from the schools and teachers using us. This fall, among others, we’ll be attending 3 large conferences: JALT, KOTESOL and MEXTESOL. Mark your calendar! More info. to come […] Go to article »
Recent Student Feedback
Wed, 06 Aug 2014 21:00:21 +0000
We continually gather feedback from both teachers and students. It is vital information that allows us to continually improve EnglishCentral. We thought it would be nice to share with you today some of the recent positive comments from one school (anonymously of course and translated from the original language). This is what some first year university students […] Go to article »