Language Corrector introduces new profiles – Spanish, French and Italian

We have great news for  Spanish, French and Italian language teachers – You can start saving time immediately! Our team has created three new profiles for Language Corrector so that teachers will be able to correct papers faster in these languages. All Language Corrector profiles are based on the same principles. They act as comment […]

Why do 50% of new teachers leave their position within 5 years of work?

Although teaching is becoming a more popular profession, a new book, “Working in Teaching”, reveals that 50% of new teachers leave the teaching profession after just five years. Independent Magazine reveals another astounding fact – around 50% of teachers in the United Kingdom have considered leaving their profession during the past year. What is the […]

LangCorr is looking for a test school in the UK

Do you find yourself spending hours marking your students’ papers? Are dozens of papers still waiting to be corrected? We can help you. LangCorr is currently looking for test schools in the UK to try out its innovative approach to marking papers and providing useful feedback for students. It is important for us to cooperate […]

Crisis in A level language study in the United Kingdom

Recently there has been a lot of discussion about the study of languages in the United Kingdom (UK). The Telegraph has revealed that the number of students in the UK who choose to study languages at A level is declining at a drastic rate. The biggest decline can be seen in the study of the French […]

Giving Feedback that Matters

There has been a lot of talk in recent years regarding the role that grading and scores have in education. Obviously, some sort of system of measurement is required to monitor progress and learning, but there are an abundance of theories on what impact those systems actually have on the developmental and educational process. Ideally, […]

How many hours are there in a teacher’s day?

A survey* that was published recently brought out astounding news about teachers’ workload. The study, made in the United Kingdom, outlined that the total number of  hours that teachers work in a week is around 55-60 hours per week. It is clear that some of that time comes from teachers’ personal lives and that their […]

Spanish, French and Italian profiles coming soon

The LangCorr team is working hard to create new profiles for our marking and feedback system Language Corrector. Our team is currently working on Spanish, French and Italian versions so that teachers can correct papers on these languages.  According to LangCorr’s vision, language correction should be simple and smooth. But very often it is a […]