Training the trainers

Learning and development

Training the trainers

By on 05/28/2014

How to make experts into great teachers Think back to your time at school. Who was your most engaging teacher? What was it that made them so [...]

Movie Magic: Disaster Cities You Absolutely Have to Visit

Travel tips

Movie Magic: Disaster Cities You Absolutely Have to Visit

By on 05/26/2014

Have you always wanted to climb the Empire State Building? Well get your fix while you still can – this iconic skyscraper has been crushed, smashed, [...]

Student stories

MOA

MOA - So many new smells, sights, feelings; it’s dizzying

MOA
“I have experienced so much, more than I ever thought I would experience.”

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Student stories

Nadja

Nadja - Life is magical

Nadja
“Life is magical. I don’t think I have ever appreciated every day in my life as much as I do now. And I guess it’s something I have learned by being here, and hopefully something I will bring home with me.”

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Student stories

Sandra

Sandra - Many experiences richer

Sandra
“I knew before traveling that I would probably be a little bit homesick. I also knew that I would regret it my entire life if I didn’t go...”

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Student stories

Denise

Denise - Life in paradise

Denise
“Guys, I live in paradise! Even the way to school is one of the highlights of my day...”

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Student stories

Begonia

Begonia - Oxford love

Begonia
“You know how it is in Oxford. Everything is always so wonderful, even when it rains! I believe that this city is comparable to love…”

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5 cool and cozy cafés in Cambridge

By on 05/25/2014

Beyond the high street chains (hello Nero and Costa Coffee!), Cambridge is a haven of independent cafés, with cozy corners to get settled in over a long, lazy lunch break or chilled out afternoon. [...]

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Movie Magic: From Toronto's Streets to the Silver Screen

Travel tips

Movie Magic: From Toronto’s Streets to the Silver Screen

By on 05/23/2014

From New York to Chicago (and more futuristic worlds than I can mention), movies based in cities all over the world are actually filmed in Canada’s [...]

Travel tips

You haven’t lived until you try these Southern dishes

By on 05/20/2014

Comfort food is a way of life South of the Mason-Dixon line, where vegetables are fried, tea is sweetened and adding butter is never questioned. [...]

Travel tips

24 Hours in (always sunny) San Diego

By on 05/15/2014

It pretty much never rains in San Diego – it’s sunny 266 days a year -- and the sun kind of defines the place. First off, locals barely wear anything [...]

Language learning

Like a Local: Southern Talk

By on 05/08/2014

You can sit on front porches, sip sweet tea and eat fried chicken all day long but an authentic experience South of the Mason-Dixon Line includes [...]

Travel tips

Road Trippin’ in the USA: From Texas to New York

By on 05/06/2014

Philipp & co spent the last weeks of their big bad road trip racing through the US, hitting Texas, Chicago and finally New York. From the southern [...]

Learning and development

The Renaissance of Performance Support

By on 05/06/2014

Is supporting people’s performance in the workplace really making a come-back or has it never actually gone away? Just why are L&D aficionados [...]

The Power of eLearning

By on 05/01/2014

15 years ago the term ‘eLearning’ was born, so now, in its teenage years, is it finally showing all its early promise and living up to the hype that surrounded its birth? The American, Elliott Masie, [...]

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