Educational institutions and teachers can now go digital and deliver blended learning and provide this alongside face-to-face teaching.
At English360 we are pioneering a totally new way of delivering language learning online. This is not a top-down approach of putting coursebooks online as you’d expect from an ELT publisher.
Instead, this is a bottom-up approach that gives teachers the digital tools they need to create and deliver highly personalised teaching that meets learners’ work goals.
Through our partnership with Cambridge University Press, we have access to over 9,000 quality-assured resources that include vocabulary, grammar, business English and ESP at all levels.
These materials have been sliced and diced and tagged so teachers can build course playlists by combining course content from Cambridge with their own lesson plans and materials.
None of this would have been possible if it wasn’t for Web 2.0 and its collaborative features. With English360, your learners identify their needs around which you build personalised courses.
You can share course materials with other teachers; and you can exchange ideas and pedagogical best practice within your school network or with the wider English360 community on the forums.
Since 1989 Cleve has designed, managed and taught business English programs in 11 countries to thousands of students in over fifty Global-500 companies. He has been named a "global expert" by the American Society of Training and Development, and since about 1998 has had a single-minded obsession with effective use of the web for learner-centered language teaching. Originally from Kansas, he is currently based out of Cambridge, UK.Byron Russell, Head of Sales
Byron started his career as an ELT teacher back in 1985, and subsequently moved into publishing. He has since spent more than twenty years in sales management, working with global UK and US-based educational and trade publishers. He first became involved in the business development of web-based learning materials in 1999, and since then has supported the growth of some of the leading innovators in this rapidly-expanding field.Valentina Dodge, Learning Manager
Valentina is Learning Manager for English360 where she oversees content, pedagogy, teaching, and academic matters for English360. She works closely with educators and school owners on a global scale to help them provide personalised English learning programmes to meet their student and customer needs.Nick Robinson, Publishing Manager
Nick Robinson is Publishing Manager for English360, with responsibility for commissioning content for the site. He taught in Spain, specialising in ESP and Business English. He then worked for Cambridge University Press as a Marketing Executive and as an Editor on the ESP list. In 2007, he moved to York to become a freelance materials writer, editor and trainer. He is the author of Cambridge English for Marketing and several other ELT publications. Most recently, he managed Cambridge University Press's flagship British English Adult course, face2face. His areas of interest include how English is used in marketing and how teachers are using the web, an in particular social networks, to collaborate and teach English. He is a self-confessed Twitter addict (you can follow him at @nmkrobinson and @Eng4Marketing).Aaron Zeckoski, Systems Architect
Aaron and his team of developers, designers and testers work tirelessly to keep the English360 application running smoothly, and evolving to meet customer needs and expectations.