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Thinking Skills

Study Skills - Take responsibility

4 gen 2016 by Kelly Knight

'Want to improve your students’ study skills? Gradually turn over responsibility to them, and help them build skills that reinforce hard work, preparation, and practice.' Marsha Ratzel

Taking responsibility for your own learning can lead to fast development and a sense of pride in your hard work and newly acquired skills. To become an independent learner who takes responsibility for their own work you can set goals, identify strengths and weaknesses in your skills and discover and develop you own personal learning style. This will help you to become an English user who is capable of independent thought with a wealth of transferable skills, you will see faster progress and results that are specific to your future goals.

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Global Entrepreneurship week

15 dic 2015 by Kelly Knight

Global Entrepreneurship week is an opportunity to celebrate innovation and those who strive to make a difference. Our schools focused their learning around this subject with some interesting results.

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TED talks at Regent

27 lug 2015 by Kelly Knight

On a Regent course, you don't simply learn English, you learn how to use English to communicate competently and confidently on a range of subjects.

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Challenging learning at Regent schools

27 mag 2015 by Kelly Knight

Every Regent course is designed to challenge the learner to achieve their goals and surpass their own expectations of what they can achieve. We have high expectations of all of our students and do all we can to make sure students set realistic but challenging goals, and strive to attain these learning outcomes.

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Every Regent school is a place for learning in a vibrant international community. Our students come from all over the world, and students gain an awareness of their own and others' cultures as they interact together in English. Our schools are positive, inclusive and results-driven environments which create a desire to learn, not only during lessons, but outside lessons from teachers, school staff and other students.

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