Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Issue 465 - May/Jun 2019

Brits behind as book trade booms?

McGraw Hill Education and Cengage Learning are to merge, according to the Financial Times. The new company, which will include National Geographic Learning, will have projected cash earnings of...

Making strides with metacognition

Gill Ragsdale explains the power of thinking aloud ‘We do not learn from experience…. we learn from reflecting on...

Everything you need to know about EFL but they were afraid to tell you…

Wayne Trotman welcomes the new, complete, evidence-based guide THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Edited...

…as boarding schools get bounce from Brexit

Demand by EU students, especially from Spain and Germany, for places at Irish boarding school are soaring, according...

French put fees up to attract more students

France is investing in improving facilities for its international students, just as a big increase in fees its...

Brits behind as book trade booms?

McGraw Hill Education and Cengage Learning are to merge, according to the Financial Times. The new company, which will include National Geographic Learning, will...

Making strides with metacognition

Gill Ragsdale explains the power of thinking aloud ‘We do not learn from experience…. we learn from reflecting on experience’, John Dewey, educational psychologist. One...

Everything you need to know about EFL but they were afraid to tell you…

Wayne Trotman welcomes the new, complete, evidence-based guide THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Edited by Anne Burns and Jack C....

…as boarding schools get bounce from Brexit

Demand by EU students, especially from Spain and Germany, for places at Irish boarding school are soaring, according to a recent article in the...

French put fees up to attract more students

France is investing in improving facilities for its international students, just as a big increase in fees its public-sector universities can charge non-EU students...

Is European ELT facing a continental shift?

Demography is the real danger, says Melanie Butler The mood in European EFL is generally glum. And it’s not just Brexit. I’ve been getting e-mails...
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