Trust – 2

TRUST – 2 (Following my blog Trust.)
Reading the Speed of Trust made me reflect deeply into everyday aspects of trust in our daily life. For instance, in a family with low trust, conflicts arise because one person accuses another of something; one blames another for their grievances. They feel like strangers living in the same house. In a high trust family, one person will not accuse another even if something goes wrong. Instead they will empathize and forgive the mistake or work together to find a solution. What kind of environment did you grow up in? What type of environment are you re-creating now as an adult?Organic Learning Concept

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A message to my students.

Dear students,

Let me tell you what I’m up to. As some of you might know, I have been trying to bring world-class English language learning into our classrooms hoping to prepare learners for the 21st Century. In the past 2 years, I have been running my own Incubator Language Center to experiment with how Chinese-speakers improve the best. I have come up with very useful information and experience to help EVERYONE succeed. I have found an approach which GUARANTEES success in learning.


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Self-directed learning and Second Language Acquisition

The freedom that comes with having my own model of an ESL-incubator is that I have 100% autonomy,i.e. control of the variables. It also means I am 100%  responsible for the learning outcomes.  Knowing that an average young learner can reasonably commit only about 1.5 – 3 years to studying a language,what should my priority be?

This would be my priority :

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