January 2015 EnglishCentral Newsletter

We know 2015 will be an incredible year for EnglishCentral. We wish you the same for 2015. We continue to grow and be used by thousands of schools. So happy to have you a part of this. Here are a few things happening on the web and at EnglishCentral.

  1. mobile Apps Are Here!

Download and use the EC Android and iOS mobile apps, now fully public and available.  They are free and students can access your class content “on the go”

mobile download app

Read more about how the app works >>>

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  1. Crystal-ballED Tech Predictions For 2015

What do you think will be the direction of educational technology in 2015?  We’ve listed our own thoughts and also a couple great articles from tech experts sharing their own thoughts.

Read Our Predictions For 2015  >>>>

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  1. 2015_happy_new_year-1920x1200Happy 2015!

We wish all our teachers a great year teaching in 2015. We are here to support you.

Try our CEFR leveled courses in the New Year. They make it easy to use EnglishCentral, just assign to students based on their level of English. Our best content. They can be found in our course catalog.

Learn More About The CEFR Courses >>>>

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4. Our Users Speak Up!

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  1. Highly Recommended

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Once again, happy 2015 teaching with EnglishCentral,

David Deubelbeiss

Director of Education

http://www.englishcentral.com/academic

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