IQTEFL

IQTEFL

It is here! The course you’ve all been waiting for: IQTEFL is complete and in the final stages of accreditation ready for launching in the next few weeks. The IQTEFL is a 120-hours course that will be available to learners worldwide who would like to achieve a recognised, accredited qualification that demonstrates that they are […]

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is an important element in people’s well-being and is being seen as an increasingly important life skill that helps us achieve in education and work. Studies have shown that people with high emotional intelligence often succeed further in life than those with a high IQ. Gardner’s study of multiple intelligences highlighted intra- and […]

The Wonderful World of Non-Fiction

The Wonderful World of Non-Fiction

When you think of non-fiction books, what do you imagine? Textbooks? There is so much more to this genre than the kind of books you see everyday in school! As November is Non-Fiction Month, we have made it our goal to bring you The Wonderful World of Non-Fiction! This blog will give you ideas about […]

Exam Preparation

Exam Preparation

A2 Key for Schools and B1 Preliminary for Schools A2 Key for Schools and B1 Preliminary for Schools are two very popular Cambridge exams specifically designed for school-age learners. These exams help learners gain confidence to communicate in real-life situations. To provide better alignment between the exams helping students progress step-by-step, Cambridge has updated these […]

Dyslexia – Myths and Facts

Dyslexia – Myths and Facts

Dyslexia is one of the world’s most common learning differences. Some studies estimate that as many as 1 in 5 people have a degree of it, so the chances of you knowing someone with it is extremely high. Although different cultures treat learning differences with varying degrees of recognition, the fact is that dyslexia does […]

World Teachers’ Day

World Teachers’ Day

What does it mean to be a teacher? In this blog, for World Teachers’ Day, we reflect and share some of our Buddies thoughts.  World Teachers’ Day, also known as International Teachers Day, is a celebration held on 5th October. It has been an annual event since 1994 to commemorate the signing of the UNESCO/ILO […]

Teacher Talk Time

Teacher Talk Time

As ESL teachers following the immersive method, we have 3 main goals when helping our students learn English: 1. To help our students reach their language goals Being more skilled in speaking will in turn help our students become better readers and writers. Overall, they will be better at communicating in all areas in their […]

British Food Fortnight

British Food Fortnight

Food festivals happen all year round in the UK, a major one being British Food Fortnight which takes place each year from the 19th September to 4th October. Briefly, it’s a competition that celebrates and supports local food producers and communities. It was founded by Alexia Robinson in 2002 to bring together all of the […]

Roald Dahl Day

Roald Dahl Day

Spy, fighter pilot, celebrated writer. Who could be in possession such an extensive resume, but Roald Dahl? Author of such beloved children’s books as Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and many more, Dahl’s enchanting, funny, whimsical tales have been adored by children worldwide for decades. Each year, Roald Dahl Day […]

International Literacy Day

International Literacy Day

 In developed countries, it’s easy to forget that learning to read and write is a privilege.  Internationally, 750 million people lack basic literacy skills, and out of this number, 250 million are children.  Two hundred and fifty million children worldwide.  According to international reports, there is a clear and significant direct connection between illiteracy and […]