The Language Co, a language school based in Chile offering in-house and on-site face-to-face English classes partnered with Voxy to bring effective and personalized business English training to users across Chile and Argentina.
Language learning works best when learners practice with materials that are interesting to them and relevant to their goals. That’s why Voxy’s patented technology takes authentic pieces of media (articles, video transcripts, images, tweets, etc.) and turns them into English lessons quickly.
Video conferencing software has made enormous strides in the last few years, and most people probably have encountered multiple applications that can easily facilitate virtual, face-to-face conversations with friends, family, and colleagues from phones or computers. In the “olden days”–that is, even just three or four years ago–tools like Skype or Google Hangouts would crash, …
A Quality Training Solutions (QTS) é um dos principais provedores de educação e capacitação em negócios na Austrália e na região Ásia-Pacífico. No Vietnã, seu programa de ensino de inglês, oferecido em colaboração com a Voxy, está ajudando inúmeros profissionais de várias organizações a avançarem em suas carreiras e melhorarem sua qualidade de vida.
Existem provas de que, em geral, a tecnologia pode levar oportunidades educacionais a pessoas que de outra forma não teriam acesso a elas, o que pode ter um impacto enorme nas vidas de milhões de cidadãos no mundo todo. No entanto, os cursos online disponíveis atualmente ainda tendem a ser cópias de suas versões presenciais e, quando o assunto é design educacional, continuamos carecendo de muita inovação. Talvez parte do problema seja que não estamos aproveitando tudo o que a educação impulsionada pela tecnologia tem para oferecer à ciência do aprendizado.
Last week I joined Kaplan’s Trending in Education Podcast to discuss Voxy’s approach to teaching English to non-native speakers, using technology to improve learning outcomes, and how applicable lessons I learned from experiences teaching english to non-native speakers might be to the broader space of online learning end education. Listen to the episode here.
Introducing the Voxy Channel Partner Program. With more than four million people across more than 150 countries having used Voxy to learn English, we’re excited to bring new partners on board to extend English language instruction to even more people across the globe.
Dr. Katie Nielson, Voxy’s Chief Education Officer, asks if online collaboration may in fact be an impediment to achieving language learning outcomes. With the recent proliferation of online learning, it’s a fascinating question for anyone in education or corporate learning and development. Read this article recently published in Language Magazine.
Recently, we were honored to have a delegation from the South Korean Ministry of Education at Voxy’s headquarters. Comprised of educators, ministry officials, school system administrators, and research fellows collaborating to build an online, open secondary school, it was a treat to host a workshop for the delegation on how to use technology to improve learning outcomes.