Aug 10, 2017
E-Learning/CALL 2117 Views
Reasons can be numerous, when it comes to learn English Speaking.Conventionally, if you need to do so, you have to take admission or enroll yourself in a traditional class in a college or language institute. But, it will take your loads of effort as well as money, and you will not get the training you actually need. These days, a plethora of online platforms offers Best English speaking Programs for the suitability of learners that they can learn English speaking that too with the comfort of sitting at home. These are short term courses, and different courses are designed to match the different needs of learners or aspirants.
In order to set up an online class, a learner just needs to have a desktop or a laptop along with a hassle free internet connection. The best feature of WizMantra is, a learner can get instant help from a teacher or instructor on issue and confusions that occurs during the program. Thus, you can focus on the areas where you need improvement, not all that you ...
TEFL, the name resonates especially with those who are looking to have a successful career in teaching English overseas. As English has become the universal language of communication among the non-native speaking nations in Asia, Europe, Middle East, etc., hence knowing the language for the natives of those countries have become quite important. English being used for communication in every sphere of life, be it in trade and business, in job applications or while pursuing higher education, hence knowing the language is of primary importance. In other words, in today’s time it is almost a necessity for most to know the communication skills in English in order to prosper in life.
Even for English speaking nations like Australia or even the USA, the natives may have decent English communication skills but their grammar and even pronunciation may not be correct and hence even they need to opt for communication classes so that they can spare themselves from the embarrassment when it comes ...
Aug 26, 2017
Other 919 Views
When you want to pursue your university studies after your high school in Indonesia, you will faced with a number of challenges. One of the biggest challenges in the Indonesian education industry is the increasing cost of education for the students. There are two categories of colleges one is state universities and the other is self-sponsored private institutions. The latter is the most expensive route even though it is rather easier to get into such institutions. Most students prefer to go through the state universities because there is a stark difference in the fee structure. As you are likely to be aware to get into the state universities you are required to appear for an entrance test and only those who successfully clear the SBMPTN exams manage to get into the state universities. To help students successfully get into the state universities there are number of bimbingan belajar SBMPTN services. As a student you are likely to face challenges in identifying the right tutoring ...
There was a great English teaching job listed on an English job-hunting website several years ago. My JET-like contract had just finished. I was newly married with a baby on the way. (Don`t do that, btw.) And, I was looking for fulltime work in the worst way. I saw the advertisement, and it was like manna from heaven.
The private eikaiwa company offered a high salary. The commuting expenses, health insurance, and pension were also part of the compensation package. And, to top it all off, the teaching job was no kids` classes and no weekends. This was the job for me!
I searched frantically for my resume file on my computer. I gave it the once over. I spent three hours tweaking my cover letter, and I added a new photograph of me to the top.
I uploaded my file, and hit send. My computer screen flashed. An ominous message in bright red appeared before my eyes. It read, "The job listed is for people under 35 years-old." My mouth dropped open, and I cried. (Dude, I did.)
I had years of ...
Aug 26, 2017
Young Learners 1217 Views
The issue of Primary school homework is one of the most contentious in education. A quick scan of the newspapers and social networking sites reveals an ongoing debate that never seems to reach any kind of resolution, not least because the four parties involved (policy-makers, schools, parents and the children themselves) rarely see eye-to-eye on the matter.
For policy-makers - usually several steps removed from the classroom - homework is often perceived as a panacea for ailing achievement levels. If children can do more outside school to reinforce what they have learnt in the classroom, progress will be faster and standards will rise sooner.
The reality is not so simple. For while some parents positively welcome homework, seeing it as a sign of a school's serious intentions, there are many more who regard it as little more than an unwelcome intrusion into family life, for a variety of reasons.
Some simply harbour a straightforward belief that children work hard enough at school and ...
Aug 26, 2017
Career Development 1165 Views
Over almost fifty years in the classroom, I found I needed to find ways to reduce stress. Stress became greater as I accepted more responsibility in the second half of my career as a head of a large Mathematics department. During this time, the school grew and there were significant changes in the Mathematics syllabi and in the teaching of Mathematics.
I found that my time was not mine anymore with students, parents, teachers and the school administration wanting my time. Below is how I chose to meet stress head on.
The first thing I realised was that I had always to be available for consultation for thirty minutes before and after school so that teachers, students, parents and the administration could see me. This left me no recourse but to use the time before and after these periods for my planning, setting and the marking of assessment. (In normal term time, I was always reluctant to take work home. Only at exam marking time would I do that so that I finished my marking quickly to ...