Featured Video: Nintendo CEO Passes Away

Nintendo CEO Passes Away

Nintendo issued a press release Sunday, announcing that its chief executive Satoru Iwata died of cancer at the age of 55. Just last year, he also missed the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting after undergoing surgery due to similar health issues. Iwata was known for his bold ambition to reinvent Nintendo. Under his leadership, the company […]

EnglishCentral Gets Even Better!

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We are super excited about our latest release. A new look and dynamic interface will improve the user experience of all teachers and students. In addition, students now get a free level test. Just click the button beside any video and schedule a convenient time. Students will get a Level Test Report  and a recommended study […]

The Problem with English Writing Instruction

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A friend of mine wanted to join a PhD program in Applied Linguistics. He hoped to become a linguist, and to work on developing second language reading and writing instruction. He had a meeting with a leading professor in the field, and asked him about the current state of second language writing research. The professor’s […]

What Makes a Great (Native or Non-Native Speaking) English Teacher?

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Chad is an American in his early twenties. He completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, but didn’t know what to do with his life after graduation. He got average grades in college, is reasonably smart, but lacks marketable skills. His choices after graduation are entry-level positions at a few local companies, but he doesn’t want […]

Video As A Pedagogical Tool

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Youtube is now something we are very used to. People spend hours every day “consuming” video. This is changing the world of education and most schools and programs are using or creating video curriculum for their students. This recent research report really emphasizes this fact and clearly shows how beneficial video is for education. As […]

Evaluating The Impact Of EnglishCentral: New Research

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EnglishCentral is constantly being evaluated by professionals in the field.  One recent study is by Shane Dixon of Arizona State University titled:”Evaluating the Impact of an Online English Language Tool’s Ability to Improve Users’ Speaking Proficiency under Learner- and Shared-control Conditions

Ordering Academic School Seats

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How Can I Sound Like a Native Speaker?

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A good friend of mine is from India. She moved to the United States many years ago. Recently, she confessed to me that she has felt frustrated since moving to the US. She said, “Everyone thinks that I’m not a native speaker of English.” I was confused. She saw that I was confused. She crossed […]

Start A Summer Academic Trial

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Summer is a perfect time to test drive EnglishCentral with some students. We are happy to provide newly registered teachers and schools that qualify, a free 1 month Academic trial. You’ll get Academic seats that you can assign to students so they’ll have unrestricted access. Also, they can study with our mobile apps. To request […]

May 2015 Newsletter

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Teachers’ Newsletter:  We’ve Got FAQs! Dear EnglishCentral Teachers, It is mid-semester or school year for many programs. A time to focus on results and the day in and day out work that helps students progress.  We are here to help our teachers and here are a few items that might be of interest. Thank you […]

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