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16 February 2018
I have been teaching a group of young teenagers of very mixed levels and ages for six months now. Half of the group comes from the state-school...
30 January 2018
First of all, 🙏 to those that attended my webinar. I hope as well as learning a few things about emoji, you had as much fun as I did! The webinar...
25 January 2018
Like many people around the world, I recently took time off at the end of December and the New Year to relax at home. A common feature of any holiday...
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13th - 14th March 2018
In the 21st century we have a greater responsibility than ever to develop lifelong learners. To do this we need to focus on ‘Learning to Learn...
16th March 2018
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17th - 18th April 2018
‘It’s all in the mind!’ – How true when it comes to learning a foreign language. In this talk, we explore some of the key concepts in psychology and...
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The CEFR is learner centred, promotes learner autonomy, and places an emphasis on self-assessment and the concept of life long learning.
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