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Studieskolen's new magazine
In January 2017 Studieskolen has published a new magazine with interviews and articles about the political situation in Europe.
In the magazine you will also find all the language courses in 23 different languages that we offer during the spring 2017.
Find the magazine at Studieskolen, Borgergade 12, or at your local library.
You can also download the magazine as a pdf-file here (opens in a new window).
Studieskolen in collaboration with Cambridge English and Danish high schools
More and more Danish high schools offer international and global lines where teaching is in English.
The association of Danish English teachers, Cambridge English and Studieskolen have started a collaboration in order to raise the level of English in high schools. Studieskolen is Denmark's only Cambridge English test center.
Read more about the project here (only in Danish).
27.08.14: Studieskolen is now an official testcenter for the TOEFL iBT® test!
TOEFL recognized in many parts of the world as evidence of a candidate's academic English skills.
Read more about the TOEFL test here.
Neurodidactics and Language Learning
Lecture and Workshop
Habilitated Professor Dr. Marion Grein is Director of the Master's Program in German as a Foreign Language at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz.
The focus of her work is research into language teaching (neuro-didactics), intercultural communication, as well as the use, deployment and effectiveness of multimedia and e-learning. She is currently researching learning processes in older learners, the influence of emotions on learning and the special role of music in language learning. In addition, she is particularly concerned with the field of literacy.
Neurodidactics, a relatively new interdisciplinary research field, represents an interface between neuroscience, didactics, educational science and psychology. It is based on the findings of brain research and provides proposals for effective (brain-based) learning and teaching. Yet, neurodidatic research shows that there is no unique, singular, “one-and-only” effective brain-based way of teaching or learning.
In the first section, the basics of the language learning process will be outlined and related to the deployment of potentially effective means of facilitating language learning. Within the second section, we will take a look at textbooks and how these neurodidatic demands have been implemented. And, finally, we will try out some specific brain-based language tasks.
Time: August 28, 2015, 15:30 - 18:30
Venue: Studieskolen, Borgergade 12, 1300 Copenhagen K
Entrance is free, but please sign up by email: email@example.com
no later than August 24th.
The lecture is in English.
Everybody is welcome!
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