The (R)evolution of Language Learning

The Future of Language Learning lies in the Individualization of the Learning Process

When former student of mine and upcoming journalist Paris Karagounis (you can find him on protagon.gr) or as his friends know him better: Πάρις Καραγκούνης contacted me for an interview I was curious about the outcome of this encounter.

It wasn’t planned that much, so we rather went wherever the caffeine would lead us to and sat together for about three hours talking about Berlin, the right attitude of learners but above all teachers and the (r)evolution of language learning. We touched topics like the meaning of immigration and the role of digital media compared to the importance of printwork (they read books in the former ages).

The Future of Language Learning lies in the Individualization of the Learning Process
der Liegestuhl – the deck chair / Image via Pixabay

Out came an accurate and very down to the point article that -as far as I understood google translate- I can truly agree with. I am thankful for this opportunity, dear Paris and wish you a lot of success in your career and life. Eucharisto.

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