Edufire is a very useful website that allows live learning to take place over the internet at anytime from anywhere. It is the fusion of distance learning, web 2.0 and social networking to provide a platform where users can register and learn about almost anything they desire to.
Japanese is just one of the many things you can learn using the Edufire Platform. Edufire is currently having a great promotion to promote it’s superpass monthly membership that I would like to bring to the attention of my readers. Check out the details of what superpass is below then read on further to see how easy it is for you to win one from Jamaipanese.com.
SuperPass is $29 a month (or less than $1 a day)
$1 one week trial
With a membership, you get access to unlimited live online teachers.
In class, you can interact with your teachers / classmates. There are PowerPoint presentations, whiteboarding, note-sharing, polling, and more.
Hundreds of SuperPass classes, thousands of teachers, tens of thousands of students / peers.
SuperPass is like an “all you can eat buffet for your brain”
SuperPass is convenient, higher quality (because students rate and review all the teachers, so you can choose the best teachers available in the world), and live.
For the shy folk: You don’t necessarily need to have a webcam / microphone, a lot of people just join classes to watch.
Want to win an Edufire SuperPass?
There are no complicated entry requirements. If you would like to win a Superpass all you have to do is leave a comment on this post reminding me how I came up with the name “Jamaipanese” for my blog, what do you want to study on EduFire and where you are from. Entries close at midnight (Eastern Standard Time) on Wednesday September 23, 2009. A winner will be chosen at random and this post updated after the winner has been contacted via email. Contests don’t come easier than that! Good luck!
AND THE WINNER IS…..
Catherine! She is from the UK, likes to dabble in Asian languages and thinks Edufire is a great resource to help her learn. Congratulations Catherine. Visit her blog here.
Kirk is a proud Jamaican who started Jamaipanese.com in February 2006 and now lives in rural Japan. He enjoys sharing his experiences learning about Japan, personal milestones in life as well as interests such as photography, gaming and travelling.