Zurich, March 14th 2011/PRNewswire/ — Better language learning with the help of an iPad? EF International Language Centers is now providing students who travel abroad with iPads to bring real-life language and hands-on learning into the classroom.
“We are proud to be the first and only language school to fully integrate iPads into our curriculum. They are blended into our overall teaching method, the EF Efekta Learning System which fundamentally improves the way students learn a language.“ says Eva Kockum, President of EF International Language Centers.
The EF schools in Bristol and Manchester have already introduced dedicated iPads lessons, making the classes more interactive and inspiring. Students can use the devices to get instant access to real-life English by bringing live examples of English video, text or sound into their discussions and presentations.
The size and cable-free design of iPads means that they can be shared and passed around for collaborative work in a way that is not possible in the traditional computer session. Students can work on lessons or class presentations together which they can then take with them as they move around the campus, working with others and doing what language students want to do most: speak English.
The language students in Bristol and Manchester are certainly excited about the new addition to their classes: “Learning with the iPads is great!” says Denis Khabibulin from Russia, an EF student in Bristol. “It makes the classes very interesting and effective for me”.
EF is further implementing this innovative teaching approach and by September all students at all EF schools will get to benefit from their first iPad learning experience.