The project-focused system (PFS) is a comprehensive resource addressing all key aspects of Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) and Business Skills. This methodology is the pedagogical innovation extracted from the cream and strengths of well-known international methodologies such as the Project-Based Learning, Case Study Methodology and Active Learning.

The PFS creates a wide variety of learning activities in conjunction with progressive and established teaching materials. Instructions through eTeractive in eClasses combined with creative enhancement and team-building techniques in eConversations which help learners learn online in the same manor that they learn in their real class to realize their full potential.

The methodology was built based on psychological analysis, approaches to the implementation of the strategies to build student success.


Here are the concepts:
   1.  English training:
Learning route 
  2.   Business skill training 

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