eBlended

IBI virtual blended English at work and Innovation courses offer the advantages of a live classroom training integrated with the cost-effectiveness and flexibility of our self-paced learning. This is the harmonious combination between eClasses (self-pace learning) and eConversations (live instructor training) which effectively helps students improve their English across all skills and Innovation skills.

Designed to achieve a good balance between group learning and real time discussion, and between self-study and interactive learning wconducted by competence based teachers and experts, these programs completely replace classroom training.

The key elements of eBlended are:

  • Attached: The training content of eClasses and eConversations are very well-connected so to help learners to achieve the knowledge and skills needed more efficiently and effectively.
     
  • Automatized: The learning timelines and processes of both learning models were professionally and painstakingly designed and to further efficiency and maximize learning process automation.
     
  • Aligned: The pedagogical innovation behind the programs smoothly aligns with technological innovations to completely replace classroom training.

Here are the concepts:
 
   1.  English training:
 
IBI flipped approach
 
 
Learning route:
 
Studies show that by simply telling students that they are going to learn before the begining of the lesson can raise students' achievement as much as 27%. Futhermore, learners at IBI have to take eClasses before eConversations so to ensure that the knowledge and skills they have learnt can be be optimally applied during the eConversations session.
 
 
  2.   Innovation Coach 
 
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INSTRUCTED DIRECTLY BY REAL ENGLISH TEACHERS AND INNOVATION EXPERTS

At IBI Global, we believe that education drives technology not technology drives education!

 

 

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