• MEC4 Student home (tools open) 30-Jan-2014 Farewell Blended MEC blog

    New year means new beginnings, and in 2014 we’re waving goodbye to our Blended MEC blog. Love the blog content? Not to worry, we’ll be keeping an archive of our past blog posts, so you’ll still be able to access all your favourite articles, teaching tips and videos on blended learning.

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  • Witch pot screenshot 20-Nov-2013 Resources from the English Campus: November

    Each month our Editorial Assistant Liz will be offering a monthly round-up to help keep you updated with all our latest resources on the English Campus. Take a look at what we’ve published this November to see some of our English Campus highlights

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  • Google+ set up 01-Nov-2013 A Practical Guide to Google+ Hangouts On Air: Part 2

    In Part 2 of our Google+ hangout guide, Henry looks at how to run a Google+ hangout ‘on air’ session from start to finish.

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  • A Practical Guide to Google+ Hangouts On Air: Part 1 24-Oct-2013

    Getting started with Google+ Hangouts On Air

    Following on from my post on Google+ hangouts last week, I thought it would be useful to put together a practical guide on how to set up and run your own ‘on air’ sessions. Where you may currently be using

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  • ‘Hanging out’ with Macmillan 14-Oct-2013

    Ahead of the 2013 Macmillan Online Conference, our Digital Marketing Executive (and resident webinar whiz) Henry gives an insight into our wide range of online events at Macmillan Education. From teacher training webinars to using Google+ Hangouts, this series of blog posts offers basic tips and strategies to help teachers

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  • Resources from the English Campus: October 08-Oct-2013

    Each month our Editorial Assistant Liz will be offering a monthly round-up to help keep you updated with all our latest resources on the English Campus. Take a look at what we’ve published this October to see some of our English Campus highlights:

    One of my favourite features on the English

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  • Get writing right now 04-Oct-2013

    We’re all very excited because in October, we’ll be adding manually marked writing activities to our blended learning platform, the Macmillan English Campus! This will increase the kinds of interactions students can experience when using the English Campus, and will give teachers even more opportunities for enhancing their students’ skills.

    Perhaps more

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  • Reflecting on my learning and teaching style 24-Sep-2013

    If I had to be a learner now, I would describe myself as one with an analytical style towards the issues I should be aware of. I prefer spending time on tackling problems logically and a systematic presentation of new learning material would contribute to my personal preferences. I do not

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  • Make your students the stars 19-Sep-2013

    Here at Macmillan Education, we’ve got lots of exciting webinars coming up over the next few months. Our first webinar of the 2013/14 season, hosted by Mike Hogan, is available to watch here on Youtube, along with our recent archive, and you can find all our upcoming

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  • Creating eBooks: The eDiary 17-Sep-2013

    There are various ways of describing language in the classroom, using suitable purpose-specific methods and approaches. To me, Jeremy Harmer’s theory of the ESA (Engage- Study- Activate) process in class corresponds with an interactive and motivating way of teaching language and managing learners in the best possible way.

    This idea has led

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