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Soft skills in language teaching

Relationships are key in the teachers’ job. Teachers interact with students daily and they also have to manage a wide range of relationships with school officials and students’ families.  Language teachers also have the delicate task of introducing students to an...

How to get students to talk more in language classes

Developing speaking skills in a foreign language is perhaps one of the most complex tasks, for learners of every age.  Yours truly enrolled a few years ago in a Master of Arts in International Relations at an Italian university. The Master's program was taught...

Learn and Share English: A young professional is changing English language education in Latin America

An interview with Mr Cristhian Ortiz Elizarbe, the CEO & Founder at Learn and Share English.

The future face of language education

What will the language education of the future look like? Forced at home because of COVID-19, we have already seen a sneak peek.  According to UNESCO data, school closure in March 2020 affected about 80% of the student population in the world. The only tool to...

Language Teaching Methodology: A Text-based Approach

Text-based methodology. What is it? How does it work? What are its advantages?

Peru’s Most Impactful Language Teachers

A list of Peru’s impactful language teachers

Why engaging language teaching methods are important: How to engage the isolated learner?

Since the pandemic both students and teachers had to accommodate to online learning either through online meetings or the use of online teaching platforms like Reactored. Online platforms are great tools for teachers to use when it comes to online teaching, but...

The rise of the Finnish EdTech market

Recently HolonIQ, a leading education market intelligence platform, has selected a list of the 50 most innovative EdTech companies from across the Nordic-Baltic region. As it seems, Finland ranked as the country with the most companies on the list - with 14 companies...

Changes in English teaching in Finnish compulsory education

It is a widely known fact that children learn foreign languages the best while at a young age. Many studies show and suggest that the best time to learn is before the age of ten because at this stage of life the language is learnt and acquired faster, retained better...

A look into embodied learning

The fruitful use of embodied learning techniques within different educational contexts has given further confirmation that everyone learns differently from the others. This applies especially to the study of languages which, as has been shown, can follow different...