1 Billion Strong and Counting: Massive ESL Market Growth

By MK Argo
The education industry has always been continually evolving to meet the needs of the students, society, and overall global culture. Technology and economics have always been two of the driving forces behind changes in educational standards.
Read More

ESL Curriculum Development Series: How to Perfect Your Lessons

By MK Argo
Are you ready to present the best ESL curriculum to your ESL school? Have you perfectly integrated technology and interactive materials into your lessons? If so, then perfect! If not, then you should keep reading because we’re about to cover how you can make your curriculum the best it possibly can be for your ESL school!
Read More

ESL Curriculum Development Series: ESL Technology in the Classroom

By MK Argo
Are you ready for the next step in our ESL Curriculum Development Series? In this installment, we will discuss how you can adapt and perfect your curriculum for your ESL school's platform. We will also talk about the importance of incorporating interactive materials into your ESL lessons.
Read More

ESL Curriculum Development Series: Assessing ESL Students

By MK Argo
What’s the most important part of any ESL Curriculum? The content of course. Now that you have taken care of all of the preliminaries of ESL curriculum development, you can dig in and begin crafting and compiling the perfect resources to make your ESL school successful.
Read More

3 Types of ESL Learners That Will Boost Your Earnings

Budget? Check. 
Read More

Training New Teachers on ESL Best Practices - Part Two

Training educators with little or no ESL experience can be a daunting process. But, it doesn’t have to be if you have a good roadmap. In the second part of this series, we continue our journey through a prospective ESL teacher training course.
Read More

Training New Teachers on ESL Fundamentals - Part One

In a perfect world, you could easily fill your staff roster with fully trained ESL teachers. But few things are perfect when you’re launching your own school, or in school management in general. You may need to recruit teachers who have little or no training teaching English as a foreign language. As research has shown, ESL teachers need specialized training to do their jobs effectively. Simply practicing “good teaching” isn’t enough.
Read More

How to Manage a Language School: Avoid Making These Detrimental Mistakes

Mistake #1 Policy is Always the Answer
Read More

How to Evaluate Teaching Effectiveness Like a Pro

Ineffective teachers come with a hefty price tag. Research suggests that spending a single year with an egregiously underperforming teacher can cost a student as much as $1.4 million in lost lifetime earnings. They can also cause even the best-run ESL schools to lose valuable clients and credibility. A well-developed teacher evaluation plan, then, is essential for protecting both your students and your business.
Read More

Conquer the Chaos: How to Develop Effective Classroom Management

True or false: Effective classroom management makes only a marginal difference in teacher retention and student outcomes.
Read More