by Erick M. Izaguirre Zepeda, Keiser University Language Institute Human’s search for knowledge is a lifelong process. It takes us many years to construct our own conceptions and beliefs. Many times this construction process demands a lot of studying, reading, and research. Sometimes these conceptions come from family traditions and values that are handed down
by James Cordonero, Keiser International Language Institute For those of us working in education, teaching a class that is meaningful to our students can turn out to be an elusive goal. Several factors may prevent instructors from achieving such a goal, chief among them: lack of time to prepare a meaningful lesson and the tyranny
by Jose Luis Garcia, Keiser University Language Institute When evaluating students’ performance in the language classroom, teachers cannot just rely on testing as the primary source of progress. A student evaluation does not occur in isolation or after grading written assignments and or quizzes. Indeed, students’ evaluations need to demonstrate their progress. In fact, from
by Maria del Carmen Gonzalez, Keiser University Language Institute Are you aware of your real role as a teacher in the ELT classroom? Nobody likes being observed or followed by fifteen pairs of eyes, but as teachers, there are times when your effectiveness relies on how skillful you are at getting your students’ attention. Regardless
Book Title: Give and Take Author: Adam Grant Year of Publication: 2013 Publisher: Penguin Books Review by Academic Committee Adam Grant is Professor of Management and Psychology at the Wharton School of Business. He has been recognized as Wharton’s top rated teacher for five straight years and as one of the 25 most
By Genesis Hernandez Nunez, AEP Student, Keiser International Language Institute When people see and analyze a painting, a drawing, or a sculpture, they do not only stand in front of some pieces of art, but they also behold a society, an exact moment in time, a specific topic, and a range of different issues. For
The students from the AEP and SEAL programs from the Keiser University International Language Institute went to the city of Granada on an academic trip to learn about the History of Granada’s landmarks. It entailed for students to communicate in an environment that posed them genuine language challenges that resemble those in their everyday surroundings.
The students from the AEP performed interactive presentations about different types of coffees and brewing methods.
Is speaking necessary to find love? The short film was recorded for the second meeting of Kino Managua Movement Credits Production: Arielka Juarez (AEP Student) Director: Bismark Martinez Photograph Director: Nicolas Abaunza Production designer: Grace González Sound Engineer: Stephan Pillon. Script: Jhon Matamoros
By Research Committee, Keiser International Language Institute Companies have always required human capital with a vast knowledge in diverse fields and people with a plethora of skills, but these requirements have evolved and have become more complex throughout time. These needs present a high degree of correlation with the changes in technology, globalization, economy, and
By James Cordonero Were we to know what the future holds in store in our teaching careers, and were we to have foreseen all the challenges that lay ahead, there would be no need for in-service training in today’s world. This gap is where continuum professional development comes to provide instructors with opportunities to keep abreast