English courses should not just be UNIQUE but UNIQUELY VALUABLE — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: http://bit.ly/2wPTZhN) This is the future of all learning. Right now we want whatever course we do to be valuable to us, it should give us the tools to move forward in our lives, however the future is more complex. The future of learning says that the…

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Successful LEARNERS still spend 61% of their time in FACE TO FACE interaction — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2KVvsvA) It might be easy to say that this statistic is the current rate of face to face learning, and that things will be changing in the future with the increase of technology in schools and the workplace. However, we have to understand in fact what…

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Essay Topic: Some people think studying from the past offers no benefits to today’s life, while others believe that history is a valuable source of information for us. Discuss both views and give our own opinion. — pteielts

There has been considerable debate about the values of studying history. While it is argued that there are no advantages of learning history, I believe that history can bring more benefits. It is claimed that it is not beneficial to learn from the past. At various schools, students may put exam-based learning methods into practice […]

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THINKING for the future ELDERLY – We’re all going to be there, but what will it LOOK like? — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Sunny Ng on Unsplash Well to be honest, people are people, we haven’t actually changed much in the last 2000 years, though the world around us has, enormously, and our perception of it has grown with it. But the fundamental thinking of people hasn’t. We still all get excited, angry, jealous, annoyed, frustrated, elated and so […]

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Improve your English with a fun song: Old Town Road — Mary’s English Blog

Have you heard the song, Old Town Road, by Billy Ray Cyrus and Lil Nas X? It’s a mix of American Country and Hip Hop style. While native English speakers are generally used to country-style lyrics, they can be quite confusing for English learners. I’ve noticed that my English students really enjoy this song so […]

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Future: SOLVE INTERESTING PROBLEMS then LEAD others with what you LEARNED — The FUTURE of Learning

Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2KWPc5h) The wonderful new direction of learning today is all about troubleshooting as well as innovation. Together these two mindsets build incredible learners for the future. But the biggest issue for most teacher is ….how do you do this? Simple – get your students to solve…

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THINKING for the future ELDERLY – We’re all going to be there, but what will it LOOK like? — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Sunny Ng on Unsplash Well to be honest, people are people, we haven’t actually changed much in the last 2000 years, though the world around us has, enormously, and our perception of it has grown with it. But the fundamental thinking of people hasn’t. We still all get excited, angry, jealous, annoyed, frustrated, elated and so […]

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Aiyshah’s NEW PODCAST — The FUTURE of Learning

https://open.spotify.com/embed-podcast/show/7AvOYapHhN366o1SpAQenD

Just thought I would give a brief plug for my latest podcast. Every week I’ll be interviewing someone about learning English and the future of learning generally. It could be a teacher or it could be a student or someone else….we’ll see. If you are on Spotify would love your feedback or input, or you […]

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Changing WHAT we think vs Changing HOW we think — The FUTURE of Learning

Photo by Ben White on Unsplash Currently the shelf life of general knowledge is approximately 5 years and the gap is narrowing by the day. Therefore, the days of the Encyclopedia Britannica being that one place where all knowledge is kept is of course gone. Now Wikipedia can give you some information that is current, but you need […]

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