Curiosity often breeds innovation, which was precisely the case with Grace Murray Hopper. As a child, she would often dismantle household electronics to see how they worked—a habit that forced her mother to limit Grace to taking apart just one alarm clock. Her interest in machines and how they functioned served her well as she […]
“How come Dutch students speak English so well?”, teacher Noushin Loghmani from Teheran wonders. Caspar Kollaard, English teacher at the IJburg College answers her question in this video. This content was originally published here.
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EC is proud to announce the opening of our second primary school in Cambodia, in partnership with United World Schools! This content was originally published here.
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From 27th September, my new book Language Hacking French is available in bookstores all around the world. Get your copy tout de suite! What’s the deal with language hacking? Language hacking is all about looking for the faster, smarter ways to learn languages. I’ve been sharing and developing my ideas on language hacking ever since […]
My first semester at the Graduate Institute for Teaching Chinese a Second Language here at NTNU in Taipei, Taiwan is coming to a close. For the past two years, my long-term goal for learning Chinese has been to survive a program like this, taught in Chinese mainly for native speakers. Entering the program, some question […]
This is a guest article by Julien Leyre of the Marco Polo Project. The publication of this article coincides with the start of this month’s translation challenge, so if you aren’t convinced that translation is a great tool for learning a language, this article is for you! Julien also shares many hands-on tips for making […]