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New education center offers computer learning

New education center offers computer learning

A NEW English school called the American Education Center has just opened in Phnom Penh with a programme called DynEd that calls itself “a blended approach to English language learning”.

Founded in the United States by a team of language teachers, engineers and artists, DynEd, also known as Dynamic Education, received a patent in 1987 for its computer-assisted language learning software.

The school uses the blended technology and a brain-based approach to help students master listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. AEC provides English training in courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced students.

For further information, AEC invites students to visit their school at No 7E, Mao Tse Tung Blvd, Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang I, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, or call 023 220 420.  AEC’s  website is  www.aec-cambodia.com

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