Daily Archives: August 1, 2012

The Chilean National English Test: Misunderstanding the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)

What is CEFR and Common Reference Levels? by Aysun Güneş Source: Aysun’s Blog: Language Teaching Tips After a long holiday, I’ll kick off with some information about CEFR and levels. Actually, I first saw the definition years ago, but started … Continue reading

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International Baccalaureate – Coleg Llandrillo 100% Success!

International Baccalaureate – Coleg LLandrillo 100% Success! July 12, 2012 International Baccalaureate students at Coleg Llandrillo have been celebrating after achieving outstanding grades which are significantly higher than the world average pass rate. In the results announced this week, 100% … Continue reading

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¿Pa’ qué estudiar si de este colegio nadie ha entrado a la U?: Ranking de notas y expectativas

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program Jul. 30 , 2012 Fuente: Blog La Tercera por Mirentxu Anaya Probablemente usted puede recordar sus tiempos de adolescente, sentado en una sala de clases divagando sobre qué profesiones le parecían má… See … Continue reading

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Academies told they can hire Unqualified Teachers: “Teachers Are Born, Not Made”

By Angela Harrison Education correspondent, BBC News 27 July 2012 England’s new academy schools can now hire unqualified teachers, after a change to the rules. Government officials say this means academies will be free to hire “great linguists, computer scientists … Continue reading

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