There are many different methods for teaching the alphabet, and ways you can make it fun for the students; here is our FuNTASTIC way: READ MORE
This year’s rankings are launched at a challenging time for the whole world, with COVID-19 impacting universities and students alike. The latest QS World University Rankings reveals the top 1,000 universities from around the world, covering 80 different locations. There are 47 new entrants in this year’s top 1,000 while over 5,500 universities were evaluated and considered for inclusion. READ MORE
Given the current reality, the need for new approaches for teaching – especially in online/blended learning environments – is critical. More than ever before, schools around the world are shifting their focus and prioritizing the practice of social and emotional learning. The call for compassion has never been greater.
The Verbalists Education & Language Network has partnered with the world’s leading teacher training experts to deliver a series of free webinars and workshops which will help you build easily and effortlessly emotional learning into virtual, blended, or in-person environments. READ MORE
Verbalists Education is a leading internationally accredited language network, with more than 5,000 language teaching professionals worldwide as members, many of them from the emerging markets. We strive to empower teachers to provide inspiring learning experiences. Therefore, we are very excited about our ongoing partnership with UKLC and iteach, which has recently resulted in a series of free webinars, exclusive to our member teachers and education professionals. One of the most exciting web events will happen next week: READ MORE
Go explore! active NEW YORK Program
The Verbalists Language Network brings you active NEW YORK Program in partnership with KINGS EDUCATION, the world’s leading provider of English courses. The program is available all year round and is designed for students (age 16-25) who want to improve their English but still have plenty of free time outside of class. It’s very flexible and of great value! READ MORE
If you want to “parla Italiano” well, then you have to learn how to punctuate your words with the myriad hand gestures that are such an important part of Italians’ spoken communication. Those gestures convey subtle differences in meaning which can be hard to pick up on. One article in the New York Times claims that Italians use around 250 gestures daily. READ MORE
Join our most popular English learning program in the UK – My LONDON, and we will take you on a memorable trip to experience the magic of Christ Church, one of the largest colleges of Oxford University, both in terms of land and students.