Should We Learn Or Train English? That Is The Question

Our brain has an active mechanism for forgetting in order to protect the brain from overloading. Our ability to remember is limited, but the ability to subconsciously train new skills is unlimited. The subconscious does not forget anything and helps adults to speak fluent English in less than a year.

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Past, Present, And Future Of English Testing

Yesterday all English testing was performed by specially trained evaluators. Tomorrow all testing will be done by AI-driven adaptive testing. All English testing will be eliminated the day after tomorrow because English proficiency will be stamped in a netizen passport created by the web.

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To Think In English Or Not To Think In English?

Someone recently asked me if it’s necessary to think in English to become a fluent speaker. Students are often advised by teachers to do so, but why? Here, I look at the question in terms of accelerated learning approaches that blend eLearning tools with coaching for best fluency results.

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3 Keys To Effective Adult Online Instruction

The pandemic has raised the stakes for those who have already been in, or are relatively new to, the online instructional space. Are you going to seize this opportunity? When you spice up your visuals, prioritize your biggest points and watch your tone, those are strong signals that you are ready.

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Think About It: Why Examining Your Assumptions Is Critical To Intentional Practice

In our busy schedules, critical reflection tends to become a “nice to have” at best. But in letting critical reflection be crowded out by more urgent matters, you risk being ruled by assumptions that can negatively impact your practice.

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