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WizIQ Brings on Celebrity English Teachers for its 300,000 Language Learners Worldwide

RALEIGH, North Carolina, February 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

To cater to its 300,000 English language learners, online education platform WizIQ launches a series of language courses by renowned English teachers.

WizIQ currently hosts 2,800 online English language courses. These special new courses taught by teachers with large followings around the globe will transform the platform into a virtual school for English language learning.  

The first course, 'Learn American English Pronunciation,' conducted by celebrity YouTube teacher Rachel of Rachel's English makes its debut on March 10, 2014. Rachel is a world-class pronunciation coach whose videos on YouTube have received more than 10,000,000 views. She has helped thousands of non-native speakers improve their spoken English through live sessions and video-based lessons.

Rachel:  "I'm really impressed by how I can teach the students in this format. I find that the visual aids really help bring everything together."

Over the past several years, WizIQ has become a favorite platform for language teachers worldwide. Through English language teaching MOOCs, online courses, and video-based sessions, language teachers are leveraging WizIQ's wide network of learners and teaching them live through the platform's virtual classroom software.

This particular series will offer additional courses by Jason R. Levine, Jack Askew, Mau Buchler and a host of other experts in English language teaching and training.

The majority of these teachers came together in ELT Techniques, the first MOOC for the professional development of English language teachers. ELT Techniques was created by Jason R. Levine, who is better known as Fluency MC for the songs and videos he makes for language learners around the world.

Jason: "It's exciting to grow this network of talented and passionate English language teachers in WizIQ. We're on our way to making the platform home to the best of the best."  

Rachel's course is now open for enrollments. With 15 live online classes and diverse learning aids, including educational videos and PDFs, Rachel will

train learners to build their fluency and accuracy in spoken English. The live online classes will be delivered via WizIQ Virtual Classroom at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. (EST) every Tuesday and 9 a.m. (EST) every Thursday.

The course is priced at just $119. To enroll now and for more details about the course, visit:


WizIQ is an award-winning online education platform that features a variety of online courses from the world's best instructors and organizations. About 2000 courses are currently listed on the WizIQ's Learning Marketplace for students to choose from.

WizIQ has over 250,000 teachers and 3 million learners using the platform in more than 100 countries around the world. WizIQ's Virtual Classroom can be used for real-time collaboration. It is also available on tablet devices and supports 19 languages, including Arabic and European languages.

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