Posted in News

Learn English For Improving Your Credentials

Guest post by EnglishTrainingLounge.com

English is now considered as the universal language and it has become a mandatory language for the purpose of education and business.  Most of the courses and business documents are in English so that it is easier for the people from different regions to have the same language for communication. English is important for the verbal as well as written communication. But, there are many people around the world who are proficient in their local language but do not have a good command over English. This deprives them from communicating with the foreigners and to get the opportunity to work with the multinational companies. Sometimes, people have to face intense embarrassment just because they do not understand English.

Join training institute for learning English

For the non English speaking nations, learning English is one of the most challenging tasks. Hence, to make it easier for the people to learn English, there are several English language centers that provide tutorials for English. Such coaching institutes enable the students to learn English so that they can avoid the embarrassment of not knowing English.

There are some online English training institutes also where you can get enrolled to obtain the English training online.  Nowadays, students, house wives, job seekers and the salaried persons find online English training institutes as the best way to improve their English communication skills. English training courses also help the candidates to pass the ETL or IELTS examinations by providing them considerable training for improved credentials. On completion of the course, a certificate will be awarded to you to upgrade your credentials.

Posted in E-Learning Trends

E-learning trends of 2017

The results are out. Our yearly survey and response collation has finally come to an end. Here are the top e-learning trends that will drive 2017.

  • Educators are using virtual & augmented reality: to deliver materials and information in creative and innovative ways to deliver lessons to students.
  • Teachers and administrators are personalizing e-learning by taking technology into their own hands and personalize their courses using tools specifically made for this industry.
  • Industry predictions are that 2017 will see a growth in students signing up for free online courses (MOOCs) and other self-taught learning environments like online discussion forums.
  • With academicians starting to appreciate the advantages and benefits to using various forms of technology as part of the educational experience, we expect a lot of schools to integrate technology as a formal way of imparting education.
  • Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots are all set to free up the teaching community’s time and allow them time to plan and prepare the lesson material.
Posted in Advice

Is your Classroom “Pinterest-ed”?

Pinterest, is a web-based social networking service that allows users to collect, store, and share information, pictorially, using “Pins” and “Boards”. The portal has gained traction for its easy to use interface and is very popular among the fashion, arts, and cooking industries. However, like any other social media, Pinterest could be a great tool in the classroom.

Offlately this social media portal has got the attention of the student-teacher fraternity as a collaboration tool. Students have reportedly been using Pinterest to collaborate on group projects and exchange course information, new resources, save important links, and more! With quick, easy, and FREE access wherever there is internet access, this free application has become a campus favorite. Hope the founders of Pinterest are taking note of this.