Advising students on work experience and internships abroad is a complex process. Managing student expectations is the key to ensuring they have a positive and happy experience. Read more
Incentive schemes can be: motivating, rewarding and inclusive, but also de-motivating, unfair and divisive. So why bother? Read more
You will probably be aware that in Scotland we will have a referendum this September to decide if we should become an independent country. What would that mean for study travel agents? This, and a further article, will offer some answers, without, we trust, making any overtly political points.
I have been interested in the amount of discussion that is going on in Australia at the moment around the area of Direct Instruction (DI). There have been some amazing success stories in the far north of Australia where schools have been successfully improving the literacy skills of indigenous children. Comparisons are being made with the success of DI in Chicago with Hispanic children.
As I have been reading this media coverage it became apparent to me that much of the methodology that provides the foundation of DI are also the rudiments behind good ESL (English as a Second Language) teaching methodology. Read more
Table Mountain is the most famous landmark in Cape Town. With the cableway you can reach the top of Table Mountain in just a few minutes. From there you enjoy a breathtaking view of the city. Read more