Global English Learning Market to Reach $27 billion by 2027
TORONTO, July 5, 2022 /CNW/ – Lingo Media Corporation (TSXV: LM) (OTC: LMDCF) (FSE: LIMA) (“Media Lingo”), www.lingomedia.coman EdTech language learning and content development company, added its Preparation of English teachers (ETP) to its portfolio of products and services to meet the growing global demand for qualified English teachers, especially in countries where English is not the official language.
The ETP course offers an essential professional growth opportunity for teachers looking to strengthen their English language proficiency and provides essential methodologies for teaching English as a foreign language (“TEFLThe program was created by experts in curriculum design and includes 120 hours of learning content. It uses the communicative language approach to help teachers foster a student-led classroom.
The course will provide teachers with a solid selection of engaging English lesson plans and ready-to-use activities that will shift the focus of the classroom to a student-led environment. The self-paced online course is available now through Lingo Media’s digital learning subsidiary, Everyone Loves Languages Inc. (“TO ONE“).
In May this year, a report published by smart ideas said the global English learning market is expected to reach the United States $35.78 billion by 2030. He also reported that English is the language of business, commerce, science, aviation, computing, the Internet, diplomacy and tourism and that 0, 4 billion people are native English speakers, and another 2 billion use English as a second language.
“With the growing global demand for English education, institutions need well-trained teachers to stay competitive and deliver effective programs to their students,” said Gali Bar Ziv, President and CEO of Lingo Media. “We saw a clear need for a professional development program that would equip teachers with modern teaching tools. ETP is the ideal cost-effective solution for institutions looking to invest in their teachers and improve their teaching programs. from English.”
Over the past decade, many countries have prioritized English language learning to ensure their citizens are ready to enter the workforce and succeed in a globalized world. According to world Bank, governments spend on average more than 4% of their GDP on education. The formalization of these programs adds pressure to the already difficult task of finding and retaining qualified teachers. Teachers are also facing increased pressure to teach in ever-larger classes while staying up-to-date with modern academic principles and new teaching methodologies.
In Latin Americaone of ELL’s target markets, lack of necessary English skills and teacher training has also been a common problem, as reported by the Inter-American Dialogue. The researchers found that “many, if not most, English teachers in Latin America lack either the necessary English skills, or the necessary teaching skills, or both, to be effective educators in the classroom. »
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About Lingo Media (TSX-V: LM; OTC: LMDCF; ESF: LIMA)
Lingo Media is an EdTech language learning and content development company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The company makes it easy for language teachers to switch from traditional teaching methods to digital learning by integrating education and technology.
Lingo Media provides online and print solutions through two separate business units: Everybody Loves Languages (“ELL”) and Lingo Learning. ELL provides innovative SaaS-based e-learning solutions, including learning management, content and assessment of language learning systems. At the same time, Lingo Learning is a print-based tool english language learning editor material in China.
Lingo Media has established successful relationships with key government and industry organizations internationally. Its presence in LATAM, Chinain the United States and other countries continues to expand its global reach and broaden its product offering.
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