ESL Screen-face – the new TECH ISSUE — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: http://bit.ly/2nNS8EU) I had a laugh when I first heard the term ‘screen face’, but it really can be true, spending too long looking at a computer screen can make you totally expressionless. Something similar can happen too when learning either online or with a teacher who…

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GENEROSITY is a connector – Choose to be GENEROUS with your English — The FUTURE of Learning

(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/2HhYpjn) When I was growing up, being generous was considered a ‘family’ word. That meant that when you are around family generosity was to be accepted as the most important personality trait to have. As kids we never wanted to share (of course, we were kids! We wanted everything for ourselves!) but we […]

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Zero waste – Be Inspired while improving your English! — Mary’s English Blog

Originally posted on Vocabulary in Chunks: great big story The village of Kamikatsu in Japan has taken their commitment to sustainability to a new level. While the rest of the country has a recycling rate of around 20 percent, Kamikatsu surpasses its neighbors with a staggering 80 percent. After becoming aware of the dangers of…

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READINESS vs MATURITY to move to the next level of learning — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Javier Reyes on Unsplash I heard a wonderfully timeless story recently about a conversation between a father and son. The son had left high school with his his high school diploma and had got a job locally in a shop and was making some money and saving it. Sounds good right? Well he actually saved $USD10,000 […]

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If you want to LEARN ANYTHING today, start by ASKING…(ahhh..online that is) — The FUTURE of Learning

(Photo credit: Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash) This should be a no brainer for any learner. The days of taking to time to stroll down to the library to discovery what something is all about died a death 10 years ago. The most probable place to get at least a range of answers to your question is […]

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