In this edWebinar, we will share five fun and effective strategies to motivate students and complement your language program.
This edWebinar will discuss the evolution of how technology has changed and improved K-12 language learning and present examples of what a language learning implementation looks like in today’s classroom or district.
In this edWebinar, Maya Goodall shares techniques to create conversations in the classroom for newcomers and advanced EL students.
Join us for a live webinar with Preetom Bhattacharya from the Huntington Beach City School District, CA as we explore the value of language-learning programs during out-of-school time.
With an emphasis on language development for English Language Learners, this webinar highlights Cincinnati Public Schools parental engagement program.
Learn what blended learning means to the World Languages classroom and how to design a lesson that incorporates a variety of strategies to differentiate instruction.
Shifting demographics within our own borders and between nations are leading to an increased need for multilingual talent. Student success and readiness in a global economy will require the ability to communicate and function in a multicultural environment without borders.
Despite increasing globalization and further interconnection of societies, many American students lack the tools to frame how world affairs—be they political, economic, scientific, etc.—affect their lives. Tomorrow’s leaders must have an understanding and respect for other cultures, be able to investigate the world beyond their backyard, and communicate and collaborate with diverse audiences. Language skills support all of these needs.
As our nation’s demographics—and student population—change and technologies continue to revolutionize how teachers teach and how students learn, innovative schools are exploring ways to transform their curriculum and prepare students with 21st Century skills.
World language acquisition is an important component of global competitiveness and competency for today’s students. The latter is necessary for students to thrive in an interconnected world in which college and career readiness increasingly demands cultural fluency and world language fluency.