Study with our integrated learning approach combining modern technology and classical instructor lead education
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We specialize in Jordanian Arabic which is close to the Arabic spoken in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq. Our lessons are created on basis of Greg Thomson's "Growing Participatory Approach" and are taught through pictures, wordless stories, video clips and the Lexicarry illustrations.
The content of every lesson is made available to our students as mp4 video files. Our students meet with their instructor face-to-face or online. We also offer classes at our center.
We are committed to make you effective and confident in your interactions with people from the Arab world by developing your language skills and cultural understanding.
Komensky is known as "The Father of Modern Education”. Born in 1592 in what is
now the Czech Republic, he advocated for education in relation to
everyday life emphasizing contact with objects in their environment.
Many of his ideas were revolutionary. Teaching
was to be in the vernacular rather than in Latin, and languages were to be
learned by the conversational method. Like modern educators, Komensky used
pictures, maps, charts, and other visual aids. He advocated for continuing
education, believing that learning should be a lifelong process
Komensky Centre for Intercultural Development
4 Thabet Bin Dinar St. (above Hilti) near Duwar Sukar in Khalda, Amman, Jordan