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Noyo presents free tools for Spanish Teachers!

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Noyo is happy to announce that our Chief Learning Officer, Mike Sullivan, has created three sets of presentations for vocabulary acquisition that can be used as supplemental teaching tools for Noyo.  We’re trying our best to help Spanish teachers everywhere have a more fun and interactive classroom experience.

The three units cover food, professions, and adjectives.

We only ask that if you use our slides, you purchase a copy of Noyo or add it to your recommended reading list for your class.

Noyo Spanish Professions – Spanish Teacher Slide Tool

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Spanish Food – Teacher Learning Tool

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Noyo hosts Swarthmore externs

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Last week, we hosted 3 externs from Swarthmore, which is the alma mater of several of us Noyo-ers.

Our picture made it onto the Swarthmore College website here.

Thanks to Paul, April, Yin and Joe who did a great job and really helped out with some important tasks we had.

As CEO, I’m a strong believer that the critical thinking skills that a liberal arts education provides are the basis for a great business skill set.  It’s hard to convince Swatties to go into the business world, but when they do, they thrive!

Ted Chan '02

Upward Mobility’s (from left) Paul Chung ’14, Samantha Tanzer ’10 (seated), April Wang ’14, Yin Guan ’14, Micaya Clymer ’08, Miriam Rich ’11, Ted Chan ’02, and Joe Liang ’13.