Holliston, MA Public Schools:
No other digital environment provides students with the just-in-time learning opportunities afforded by a language lab in which they may perform both formative and summative assessment measures. – Terry Caccavale, K-12 Foreign Language Specialist
Era Business School, India:
Language Lab has enabled better management of language classes. We see unlimited opportunities to enhance our language instruction offered by the system. Teachers and students are more motivated and the learning experience is richer. – Dr. Sanjiv Marwah, Director
The Kings School, Ely, United Kingdom:
The language lab has revolutionised the way we teach and students learn a language within just a term of using it. This piece of software can be as simple or as elaborate as the teacher chooses and, that is, in my opinion, one of the great benefits of this solution. – Esmeralda Salgado, Head of Spanish
Comberton Village College, United Kingdom:
Here at Comberton Village College we have found the Sanako Study 1200 Language centre an essential boost to our student’s speaking and listening skills, enabling them to develop these in a more varied and autonomous way. Learners of all ages, abilities and learning styles benefit from this excellent resource. We would highly recommend Sanako systems to anyone looking to invest in such technology. – Rachel Hawkes, Assistant Principal
Minsthorpe Community College, UK:
The students genuinely enjoy their time in the language lab and can easily articulate its benefits for their learning. They talk about an increased confidence and enjoyment when it comes to speaking French and German. The various functions of the system are easy for both teachers and students to use and aid both peer and self-assessment and enable the teacher to easily differentiate and monitor student progress. We particularly like the instant messaging and voting functions. Also the ability to ‘listen in’ to a range of students is invaluable.The possibilities really do seem endless! Teachers feel completely in control of the whole group without even moving from the front of the room! – Jennifer Read, Curriculum Team Leader, MFL
State High school Geschwister Scholl, Saalfeld, Germany:
Students are able to learn more and teachers can do more with the students. Study 1200 helps teachers to manage language classes more effectively, and students’ results have improved by 30 %, for example, individual results may have improved by an entire grade. – Ulrike Ziener, language teacher
Belle Vue Girls School
Belle Vue Girls’ School has implemented the Rosetta Stone solution in 2010 and has since seen great successes in EAL and MFL. EAL students learning with Rosetta Stone now join the mainstream curriculum twice as fast as those that spend less time in the programme.
Harrogate Grammar School
The school’s vision for language learning is for all students to achieve a good level of competency in two foreign languages with many students studying these to GCSE level and beyond. The school required a solution to support learners studying more than one language, especially languages outside of those offered in the classroom.
Norlington School for Boys
Norlington School for Boys (NSB) is one of five schools in Waltham Forest that have formed a collaborative partnership to launch the Achievement Partnership project. Language training with Rosetta Stone will be the key to integration and social cohesion giving students important opportunities for their lives.
Frankfurt International School
Continuous requests from students and parents to offer more languages, together with the school’s mission to ensure a dynamic, 21st century, inquiry-driven education of the highest standard, created the demand for an intelligent and comprehensive language-learning solution.