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Global Voices: I Dream That My Language Lives

Over the course of 50 weeks in 2019, Global Voices plans to host 50 Latin American language activists on its @ActLenguas Twitter...

Technology and Speaking

Julie Vorholt shares six activities to incorporate technology into your speaking class in any language Are you a speaking...

Languages, Plants, and People

Marta Kongarayeva, a last speaker of Tofa. Photo courtesy of Thomas Hegenbart and Living Tongues Institute. K. David Harrison on Environmental Linguistics

Head Start & Framing Bilingualism as an Asset

Aaron Loewenberg highlights some of the ways Head Start is adapting to serve young dual language learners across the country

Celebrate International Mother Language Day Today

This year’s theme of international mother language day is indigenous languages as a factor in development, peace, and reconciliation, as 2019 is the International Year of Indigenous...

Breaking Barriers in Communication while Illustrating our Humanity

Michelle Zimmerman explores how artificial intelligence (AI) can facilitate communication and storytelling, and, thus, learning LEILA: Why isn’t it talking? CUB: Is it a...

Children’s Rights to Read Pledge

More than 1,000 individuals and organizations, representing over 50 countries; 30 organizations; 20 schools, districts, and universities; and 175,000 students, have pledged support to the International Literacy...

Changing It Up

Pam Allyn and Carol  Chanter offer four ways to transform the  professional  learning experience “So many of the teachers in my large district need more...

Apply Now for Study Abroad Diversity Scholarships

American Councils Diversity Scholarship Fund has supported 65 students across seven study abroad programs in 11 different countries American Councils for International Education is offering three Presidential Diversity...

Cooperative Construction

Andrea Honigsfeld and Maria Dove examine the architecture of co-assessment practices for English learners The topic of assessment often...