40 Crazy Ideas To Change Education

| May 27, 2019

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We live in the dynamic time of changes and improvements. All areas of human life undergo transformations, and it seems quite natural to bring something new to education. Traditional approaches are obsolete and inefficient, should be revised in order for educational institutions to keep up with time.

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8Belts is a group of young people of various nationalities with a passion for languages, convinced that language teaching has a wide margin for improvement. The gap between traditional and optimal education is great and we, from 8Belts, have set ourselves the goal of being that bridge. We are united by the motto that there are no bad ways to learn but rather improvable ways to teach. Our company is located in Madrid, but our expert colleagues collaborate with us from different parts of the world. 8Belts is a dynamic and innovative company that values professional.

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8Belts is a group of young people of various nationalities with a passion for languages, convinced that language teaching has a wide margin for improvement. The gap between traditional and optimal education is great and we, from 8Belts, have set ourselves the goal of being that bridge. We are united by the motto that there are no bad ways to learn but rather improvable ways to teach. Our company is located in Madrid, but our expert colleagues collaborate with us from different parts of the world. 8Belts is a dynamic and innovative company that values professional.

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