Best Tech to Boost English Speaking Proficiency and SEL for preschoolers

Hello teachers!

mangoSTEEMS are happy to annouce that we are collaborating with Joy School English again to hold a exciting webinar for preschoolers in Japan! Let’s discuss the importance of oral language development and SEL for young learners. In fact, 1.5 billion people around the world are learning English, but Yet despite this growth, studies estimate that less than 30 percent of Japanese speak English at any level at all. Less than 8 percent and possibly as little as 2 percent speak English fluently.

This is the top 6 ways speaking English skyrockets your kid’s future.

  1. Big Brain Opportunities
  2. University Opportunities
  3. Job Opportunities
  4. Earning Opportunities
  5. Media and Internet Opportunities
  6. Travel and Cultural Opportunities

Now, are you interested in how to engage students and what is the efficient and effective ways to teach speaking?
In the webinar, we will share innovative ways that Joy School English is using the latest research and speech recognition technology to help preschool students build speaking confidence and learn character building values for success in life. Please book your seats now!

Joy School English is a vibrant, digital program that uses cutting-edge speech recognition technology to teach English and character-building values to young children. Jam-packed with proven instructional strategies and research-based activities focused on oral language, Joy School English puts kids on the fast track to English fluency while incorporating social and emotional learning (SEL).

Ben Eyre

Ben chose a career in EdTech because of he loves working with educators and making a difference for children. Over that last 15 years, he has worked closely with district and state leaders in US public schools, as well as with business partners in Asia to implement language learning software solutions that drive results for young students. Ben has lived overseas in both China and Israel, and enjoys learning languages and experiencing new cultures. Ben currently lives in Utah, USA with his wife and 6 kids, and is one of the few redheads in the world who speaks Mandarin.

Eli Eyre

Eli has spent his career as an advocate for EdTech as a means to engage students and build confidence. He has worked with educational organizations around the world ranging from the largest school system in the United States to businesses throughout Asia to help them incorporate technology to individualize learning. Eli has traveled the world extensively (including living in Japan for two years) and has seen the impact that learning English and values can have on children and their families. Eli currently lives in Utah, USA with his wife Julie and their three children.