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You Don’t Need to be a Tech Wizard for Blended Learning

The right blended-learning model has the potential to revolutionize your language-learning program. An obstacle that many schools and districts face is fear. Teachers worry that they have to be technology…

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Upcoming Webinar—Accelerate English Language Learner Success: Using Blended Learning To Complement Classroom Instruction

Blended learning offers the opportunity to transform classroom instruction for all students, but particularly those who have been classified as English Language Learners (ELLs). Online systems offer anytime/anywhere access that…

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Four Technology-Enabled Approaches to Teaching and Learning

Technology in the classroom can be a burden or a relief. It can be an element of fear for educators, or an instrument of success for students, faculty, and institutions…

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Two Critical Benefits in e-Learning Resources

From Adobe to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the education community is discussing a new generation of e-Learning. Across disciplines and sectors, educators are beginning to understand how to…

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International Leaders Believe the Future of Education is a Hybrid One

At the Princeton-Fung Global Forum that took place this April, where roughly 300 college administrators, professors, and education experts primarily from the United States and Europe gathered to discuss the…

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Helping International Students Improve English Proficiency Outside the Language Classroom

As the recently released 2013 Open Doors Report on student mobility reveals, the number of international students attending US colleges reached a record high last year. As a result of…

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German Government Trying to Boost American Interest

Study of the German language is in sharp decline in American classrooms. In 1997, a quarter of US high schools offered German in their language-learning programs. Today that number stands…

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