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Myngle presenting in the Future of Education conference

Monday, July 4th, 2011

For the first time (looking for more to come), Myngle has presented in the Future of Education conference in Florence- Italy. The conference discussed a lot of Education related topics ( E-learning- Distance Education- Education and new technologies……). During the conference, there was great interest in E-learning and all the concepts, theories and all practices […]

New Blended Learning: a case for online blended

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

New Blended Learning: a case for online blended Breaking the compromise between individualization and convenience Brief Intro to Traditional learning: In the past, the most trusted way to learn was by going to a school, or have a teacher come to the location of the student. That is what we call the traditional learning. The […]

20 reasons to prefer a virtual classroom to only Skype

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Hi everyone. The following is a re-make of a blog post by Heike Philp.  In the blog she posted the responses from a lively discussion in  Kirsten Winkler‘s ETCon conference of 2009.  The initial list contained 17 reasons, then in the comments, 3 more reasons were added.  The reason for re-posting this topic is that, […]

Myngle and the LANCELOT School partner to train teachers

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Hello Mynglers, Many of you are already familiar with the work of the LANCELOT School, as trainers, language educators, and thought leaders in the world of online language training.  Several of the teachers on Myngle have  been able to benefit from the experience of Heike Philp, Holly Longstroth, and other educators involved with LANCELOT.  They […]

Myngle at the Virtual Round Table Conference 2009

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Hello Everyone, Yes, I know, I’m slow and this is old news already, however the reason I still want to share it is because one of the features of this conference was the recording of all the sessions, which can still be followed on the conference’s pages Day 1 and Day 2. There are some […]

You are fantastic, spread the word!

Monday, September 22nd, 2008

Hi, Ok, so you have a great profile on Myngle, you have your courses and lessons all shipshape in order, your calendar is up-to-date, and you are all ready to get bookings. All what we need now is students finding your profile. Yes, not only Myngle, but they have to find YOUR PROFILE. So what are […]

Myngle score: Also get your missed ratings rated !!

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Hi all, So how do you like the Myngle score system which was introduced by Tetyana last friday? Myngle score is a valuable indicator of a student’s or teacher’s reputation on Myngle. Your Myngle score includes a Feedback Score, as well as comments from your student or teacher. But what about the rarings you missed? […]

Myngle’s community helping the community

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

Hello Mynglers! As you’ve heard from our great colleagues, the Myngle community is growing at a very fast pace. This is wonderful news for all since students can find a larger variety of teachers to help them achieve their learning goals, and teachers getting busier with the demand for lessons increasing. To help welcome and […]

Updates on Myngle shared courses!

Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

Hello Myngle teachers! We have some great news! We’ve just updated the lesson materials we’re making available to you! These are courses our wonderful team of instructional designers and linguists are making for you to use freely on your Myngle lessons. At this moment we have the following courses you can add to your profile […]

What is Myngle?

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

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