Learning English in 'virtual classrooms'
Sitting in a classroom and taking directions from a teacher may still be considered the normal way of learning, but the internet is continuing to change the way education is being delivered. The expansion of the National Broadband Network is also allowing a growing number of new migrants and refugees to access English language lessons away from a formal classroom. Peggy Giakoumelos reports. For new migrants and refugees, acquiring or improving their English remains a priority on arrival. How this is done depends on a range of factors such as finding the time outside of work and personal responsibilities to study and attend classes.
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