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For anyone interested in teaching in China.

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 We can tell  you about our first hand experience of all of the good things and the bad things. 

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An Egg-cellent Easter at Stella's!

Started by Andrew Johnson Apr 25, 2014. 0 Replies

As much as learning a language is important, it is also of equal value to teach your students your own culture. This past 3 weeks we have gone through a journey of learning with our students teaching…Continue

Tags: memorable, emotion, immersed, brain, culture

How to measure true learning success through analytics.

Started by andrew aker Apr 15, 2014. 0 Replies

Hey everybody!  If you've seen Khan Academy and www.englishcentral.com you might already know that these guys measure learning success with an ever…Continue

Tags: ted, google, khan, attitude, behavior

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