Free webinars for teachers – How can Coaching in Education help?

PRODIREKT and the Verbalists Education & Language Network have partnered with the world’s leading teacher training experts so that our member teachers and education professionals can achieve better results, and more motivated, inspired and involved learners.

Since the beginning of 2021, we have combined forces with NeuroHeart Education and Neurolanguage Coaching to promote structural changes in Education, Languages and Communication. Rachel Paling, an International Game Changer in Education, in particular, the education of languages and a creator of Neurolanguage Coaching®, will be delivering a series of free webinars and workshops which will help to introduce coaching in education, as well as the practical application of neuroscientific findings and principles in the learning process. READ MORE

Free online English teaching course developed by Cambridge Assessment English

We are all currently facing times of uncertainty. We all continue to look ahead with optimism, while knowing the need for flexibility if things should change. We also realize that the desire for many to keep improving, even during difficult periods, is a constant.

How about gaining new teaching skills or improving your existing online English teaching? READ MORE

ELTA in Serbia, English language learning through social media and entertainment

English Language Teachers’ Association in Serbia features the network Verbalists in the IT for ET

In recent years social media has become a predominant factor in our daily communication, especially among young people, who ‘hang out’ on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter via their laptops or mobile devices almost around the clock. We update our status on (un)usual events in our lives, write on our friends’ walls or just tweet an interesting link from any imaginable sphere of life. Such is the power of social media that the rumor has it that if news/information is not on Tweeter, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn, it literally did not happen.

So, why not use this trend of massification of online communication also as a means to attracting (young) people to learn languages in a funny, informal and laid-back way? READ MORE