Embed & Share EC Video Lessons!

It is easy to share on social media (twitter, google+, facebook) and also embed EnglishCentral video lessons on your own webpage, blog, school lms or wiki. The embed symbol is located under every video lesson.  Click this symbol and then copy and paste the code to embed the video.   Also share on social media […]

Video lesson worksheets

Teachers like to compliment video lesson study with worksheets that extend the EnglishCentral video curriculum. But sometimes life can be busy and there isn’t enough time to do this. This book of worksheets will help out! Download here. Read this prior post about how you can use a worksheet generator to easily make your own […]

Teachers’ Guide

Teachers value the help we give them and nothing can be more helpful than a comprehensive guide. Take a read through our Teachers’ Guide and learn in more detail about our amazing English language learning solution. It includes a complete section on how to use our learning management system – free to all teachers. Download […]

The Classroom no longer has 4 walls

We are seeing startling transformation in education and EnglishCentral is part of this. The most important “engine” driving change is that of “connectivity”.  Meaning, students no longer need to go through an “expert” to access knowledge and to learn.   The second biggest driver of change is how technology can personalize and differentiate the learning […]

Using EnglishCentral: Best Practices For Teachers

Why EnglishCentral? Video is a powerful contextualizing tool. It brings the real world into the classroom and makes lesson content something directly linked to real life and use. EnglishCentral offers teachers the chance to use video in a purposeful, structured and integrated fashion. Whether EnglishCentral is used as a purely homework supplement, an extension of […]

Extensive Watching

The last few years, we’ve witnessed the exponential rise of video being used in the classroom. This previous post describes and outlines the reasons for the ascendancy of video. We are now a video, not a text based society. Lately, I’ve had a number of interesting conversations with teachers thinking of adopting video as their […]