Posts tagged learning knowledge

Learning English

Helping “With Your English” Vs. “With A Test”

As an English tutor, I like to present contrasts. By using “Vs.” (versus), I define a word or phrase not by what it is, but what it is not. This is often the easier and better method by far. In…

March 9, 2010, by

Audio

Figurative Meaning: Explanations & Examples

Literal vs. Figurative Meanings https://learnoutlive.com/wp-content/audio/Literal-vs-Figurative.mp3 When discussing American English idioms, or expressions, or sayings, it is very important to understand the difference between the “literal” and “figurative” meanings of a word or phrase. “Literal” has the same root as “literary,”…

March 6, 2010, by

News

“Rescue the Princess”: The Psychology and Neuroscience of Social Media in the Generation Gap of Digital Natives & Immigrants

Working with students and teachers from all over the world in different timezones, I have recently stumbled upon the fact, that our sleeping patterns as “digital natives” might severely differ from those of earlier generations; Not only state, but also…

January 31, 2010, by

Learning English

Teaching Principles

A short presentation by our English teacher Jeremiah Bourque.

January 20, 2010, by

Technology

Learning knowledge online

here’s an interesting video that makes a strong case about education in general and web learning in particular.

January 5, 2010, by