Following my first article in the Neurolanguage Collective Magazine (Issue 1), I would like to write more extensively on a major educational project which we do in our school here in Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. This project is called Connecting Classes. But before digging deeply into the nature of the programme, allow me first to write an introduction…… *** Please Login To View ***

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  • Mazen Bsat

    Mazen Bsat is from a small beautiful country from the Middle East namely Lebanon. He is a Neurolanguage Coach, International Coordinator, and teacher of English in Najd National Schools in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He has an MA degree in Leading Innovation and Change from York St John University, England. Mazen has a passion in cultural tourism. His major role is to organize international students’ trips in his school. Mazen believes that “ not all classes have four walls.”