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English is the language most being learned all over the world right now. Estimates suggest that at any given time there are over 1 billion people learning English worldwide. Learning English falls into four main categories:

  1. Listening
  2. Speaking
  3. Reading
  4. Writing

At EssayJack, we focus on the "writing" component of learning English for a few reasons.

This 2017-2018 academic year has been one heck of a great one for all of us at Team EssayJack, and we're excited to be showcasing some of the newest improvements to our platform and to our delivery of the best literacy software for teachers to teach writing, or to teach their specific content with their custom tips built into our platform, or for students to simply create their own accounts for our generic help on essay-writing and/or test preparation. 

And where will we be showcasing all this?

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EssayJack 07.10.2018

At EssayJack, we love the English language. Our co-founder and CEO, Dr. Lindy Ledohowski, used to tell her students:

What is it like to teach in today's secondary and post-secondary classrooms in our increasingly globalised and international world where students come from all over the place, and the continuity of education from early grades to higher education is no longer a given? What strategies can we as educators employ? I've been thinking long and hard about issues of diversity, equity, and multiculturalism for many years as both a scholar and an educator, and equity is something I don't take lightly. Here are some of my thoughts about how to integrate a commitment to equity and diversity into meaningful teaching practice...

Before getting into the world of EduTech, I was a more straightforward English educator. I taught high school English and then went on to become a literature professor. My approach to literary study, however, has always foregrounded empowerment and equity. While researching and writing about postcolonialism and identity politics in contemporary literature, I gave myself a sound theoretical and scholarly foundation in these ideas, but it was when I stood in front of classes of real live students that the theory was put into practice.

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