The challenges of English Teachers at the Caribbean

by Bosco Bonilla The 3rd Nicaribbean TESOL Conference held in BICU at Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua was a very educational and edifying experience. Teachers in Bilwi and its surroundings face significant […]

My New Best Friend

by Manuel Dos Santos If you walk around the school or the college campus, you’ll see students glued to their smartphones. The smartphone has become an extension of their bodies, […]

SPi Global Targets 1,000 employees in Managua by the end of the year

Taken from http://www.spi-global.com SPi Global, one of the world’s leading business process outsourcing (BPO) companies today announced that it will further strengthen its delivery capability for its voice and non-voice […]

The Power of Language

By Guillermo McLean Herrera Professor Emeritus The University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast (URACCAN) Language is the key to identity formation. Language is also as a […]

Pearson English Interactive

by Alfieri Avilan Academic Consultant Central America & the Caribbean The new learning era has turned into a great dilemma that has taken a whole decade to begin to understand, its […]

Travel and Tourism in Nicaragua

(taken from Euromonitor International) Tourism industry has mixed opinions of Nicaragua’s Grand Canal project With the backing of China and Russia, the Nicaraguan government is expected to begin construction of […]

Our Art vs. Craft Experience

Level 7 & 8 Students (June 2015) Students from levels 7 and 8 of the Academic English Program had the chance to present their Art and Craft projects. The project […]

Book Review – An A-Z of ELT

Book Title: An A-Z of ELT Author: Scott Thurnbury Year of Publication: 2006 Publisher: Macmillan       Review by An A-Z of ELT is a fully cross-referenced, alphabetical guide to ELT that […]

Teaching Tales – Humor in the Classroom

By Thomas Fleming, Mount Aloysius College What makes something sound or look humorous? Is it Semantics? Is it Cultural? Does it have to do with Pragmatics? Why can we detect/enjoy […]

Factoids about English and Languages

Number of living languages: 6912 Number of those languages that are nearly extinct: 516 Language with the greatest number of native speakers: Mandarin Chinese Language spoken by the greatest number […]