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KU Training Day

The International Language Institute hosted the yearly KU Training Day, in which a new generation of graduates received their Instructor Certificates. It’s the most relevant institutional event of the year, in which new solutions are brought forward to the many challenges of English teaching in Nicaragua. Take a look at the topics that were discussed

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Aspects on Emotional Intelligence

Having a good understanding of the many aspects of emotional intelligence can make a huge difference between failure and success at work, at school, or even at home. The following infographic gives us a quick overview of the different factors, traits and types of emotional intelligence.

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Use of Technology at Work

21st Century Skills for Work

Blended Learning: Using technology in and beyond the language classroom

Pete Sharma & Barney Barrett Macmillan Publishers Limited Oxford, England   Review Blended Learning introduces teachers into the use of technology inside and outside the classroom. Though there is no doubt about the role of technology in our classrooms, it is rather a challenging task to search, combine, and take advantage of all the variety

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Millennials and Talent Management Today!

By Academic Committee The new trend in companies now geared towards the 21st century focuses on technology and globalization. Millennials, today’s leaders, with easy access to the global market, and native to technological surroundings transform Startups to billion dollar companies overnight leaving their competitive advantage to Talent and Creativity. Whereas, CEO’s are now enforced to

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How a Good Teacher Becomes Great

10. By Making Relationships a Priority Learning should result in personal and social change. This requires personal relationships as much as it does academic progress, no matter what the data tells you. 9. By Showing True Content Expertise As a teacher, you play many roles: colleague, sounding board, designer, task-master, friend. But lost in the

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