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December 2019 Inside the Issue

From Deficit-Based to Assets-Based:Breaking Down the Wall One Essential Shift at a Time Debbie Zacarian and Diane Staehr Fenner in conversation with Dan Alpert A...

November 2018 Inside the Issue

Bridging the Gap between Awareness and Action Trey Calvin explains how to advocate for America’s languages Authentic,Affirming, and AccessibleMarsha Riddle Buly and Tracy L. Coskieoffer a...

December 2018 Inside the Issue

A Statistically Significant Success StoryKate Kinsella and Theresa Hancock offer a compelling story about a successful program that put hundreds of adolescent English learners on the pathway to...

January 2019 Inside the Issue

Cooperative Construction Andrea Honigsfeld and Maria Dove examine the architecture of co-assessment practices for English learners Breaking Barriers in Communication while Illustrating Our Humanity Michelle Zimmerman explores how...

February 2019 Inside the Issue

When One Size Doesn’t Fit All Sara Davila addresses the challenges of Mixed Ability Classrooms Evaluating Continuing Education Julie Yaeger explains how to find the perfect professional learning...

March 2019 Inside the Issue

Bringing it All Together Joanna Duggan and Teddi Predaris examine the ten key components of an English learner master plan Languages, Plants, and People K. David Harrison on...

June 2018

Bringing a Dying Language Back to Life Brigid O’Rourke describes how a Harvard instructor has introduced seventh graders to the world of Gullah Making Connections That Count Roberto Rivera explores the vital connection between social and cultural competence—for both...

May 2018

Maximizing Study Abroad Kathy Stein-Smith highlights the importance of foreign languages in international education Keeping Up with Les Voisins Michael Ballagh questions the rankings race in study abroad participation Writing by Example Isabel Haller-Grycrecommends using mentor texts to scaffold writing for...

February 2018

Empowering English Learners as Assets Johanna Even and Mawi Asgedom help us empower English learners through an asset-based mindset Great Teachers Aren’t Born, They’re Taught Mary Thrond explores trends in world language teacher development Meeting Teachers’...

January 2018

Inside January 2018 Issue Now! Comparing Child Languages Clifton Pyesuggests a comprehensive approach to crosslinguistic research Busting Myths, Telling Truths Matt Renwick recommends a grounded approach when it comes to technology in the classroom Fulfilling the Technological PromiseLanguage Magazine asks...