YellowBetter will be a social portal that gives you the opportunity to get closer to the living culture and language of the country that interests users through direct contact with the real representative of the country. The idea for the portal was created as a result of many years of observation of training and education services in the field of foreign language teaching, as well as the demand for such services. YellowBetter does not impose any rules of learning, it inspires and encourages openness in new ways of learning. The "Global village", which the world has become in the age of the Internet, gives the opportunity to establish a relationship with someone from the other side of the world in a quick way. Such a meeting of two strangers who want to learn from each other, present their culture, interests - simply sharing themselves, gives results in the form of a vivid contact with language. It is not just a lesson, eg English, but a virtual journey through the country thanks to conversation with our representative.
Education, Platform, Tourism
Yellow Better is a response to trends in an unstable and constantly changing reality. The idea for the portal was created as a result of many years of observation of training and education services in the field of foreign language teaching, as well as the demand for such services. The interest and need to learn many languages is so great that it seems that supply is not keeping up with demand and does not take into account the key needs of target groups. The foundation of the portal is the belief that the most effective method of learning foreign languages is practice that connects directly to traveling, learning about culture, people and customs. Knowledge is then deeply-rooted in the context, it is absorbed faster and remembered for a long time. It is learning through experience. Emotions, real experiences, direct contact with a given culture activate the learning areas in the brain that remain dormant during a coursebook meeting with the language. Because the language is still alive, it reflects cultural contexts, customs and it is impossible to get to know it well without real contact with foreigners.