HULL, UK – International Educational Advisors, David Andrews and Chris Williams, have had an official world record attempt approved by Guinness World Records and will attempt to teach the world’s largest language lesson on November 13th 2015.
The lesson will share their unique approaches to teaching which harness the power of audio-visual technology to help accelerate progress in spoken language for all students in all subjects. The approach is designed to ensure the best educational outcomes for all students and to close gaps in attainment for children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds.
The record attempt is a way to reach the largest possible audience and to provide world- class approaches to benefit both students and teachers. Schools taking part will be invited to make donations to charitable organisations, including UNICEF, Children in Need, Hull Children’s University and Children in Scotland, committed to addressing the challenges facing children living with social disadvantage and poverty.
Official registration for the record attempt begins at www.worldrecordlesson.com on September 1st 2015 when full details will be provided to participating schools.
About The World Record
10,000 participants are required to set this brand new world record. The participants will participate in the lesson via a live webcast from a lesson taught by David and Chris and will need to produce a spoken or written outcome based on the lesson. The rules and regulations for the record are available on request.
About David and Chris
David and Chris developed a teaching approach which uses tablet technology to lead to accelerated and sustained progress for all students. They present their work at conferences in the UK and USA and have a strong reputation as pioneers in their field. This approach is in use in hundreds of schools across the world.
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