101 Ways to Market Your Language Program: a practical guide for language schools (2nd edition, 2005)
This is a practical, how-to guide for language program administrators, directors and managers. Designed for educational leaders of English as a Second Language (ESL) or other second, foreign or modern language programs, this book offers low-cost, easy-to-implement idea to promote second language learning. It combines advocacy with marketing, promotion and student recruitment.
The book is intended to help universities, colleges, private language schools, non-profit language and literacy programs and public schools. Whether you’re looking to promote language programs in your local high school or recruit international students to study for a semester or year abroad, this book offers ideas and tips. It has ranked among DeMille’s Technical Books Top 10 Best sellers, reaching #1 on that Top 10 list on August 25, 2003.
This research monograph investigates the links between formal, non-formal and informal learning and the differences between them. In particular, the report aims to link these notions of learning to literacy and essential skills, as well as the learning of second, foreign and heritage languages in Canada. ISBN:978-0-9733594-3-5
Developing, delivering and producing your own webinars, webcasts and virtual presentations may be easier than you think. Webinars are the twenty-first century way to train more people, coach more clients and market your products and services. This book gives you tips and advice on how to host exceptional webinars that help you project the best version of yourself on line. Written by Dr. Sarah Eaton, PhD, an educator since 1994 and consultant since 2000, this book combines practical business advice with time-tested learning principles. If you’re thinking about doing webinars, this book is for you. Order your Kindle book from Amazon.com, Amazon.uk and Amazon.de.
A true story of a successful adoption search and reunion with one Canadian family. Heartwarming and inspirational, this story shares details of how the author, Sarah Elaine Eaton, found her birth brother using Internet adoption search registries. She shares how the match was confirmed through government records and how a series of reunions brought the family together. In the final pages, she shares how the family lost their mother to cancer in the same year as the reunion. She died having fulfilled her last wish, which was to know that the son she had given up for adoption decades earlier was happy and healthy. Order your Kindle book from Amazon.com, Amazon.uk or Amazon.de.
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