Redefining Inclusive Education

Frances Stetson offers guidance to improve the educational experience for all at-risk students Providing at-risk students and students with special needs with an inclusive learning...

Adding Madness to Method

Carol Gaab questions the value of traditional teaching methods in the language classroom Nothing draws more heated arguments in the field of language instruction than methods....

B.O.O.S.T. Your Instruction!

Anne Paonessa finds ways to make the most of class contact time What is the one universal truth for all teachers regardless of the country...

Speaking by Numbers

Martha Edelson and Lori Langer de Ramirez share the consequences of motivation and affect in teaching middle school world languages and math As teachers of...

Without Active Listening, Students Fall on Deaf Ears

Rumi in the Language Classroom Series Vol 2 See Vol 1 of the series here. See Vol 3 of the series here. One of the Rumi’s poems...

Want a Job? Study Says to Learn Another Language.

Those who speak other languages may want to highlight that fact on their resumes, as customers in the U.S. are becoming increasingly diverse and...

Game-Based Civic Education

Experiential, game-based learning is a fun and engaging way for students to learn. With iCivics games, students get to “be” a Supreme Court Justice,...

Reimaging/Reimagining America’s Oldest Language Association

Last summer’s civil unrest, BLM protests, and the inequities laid bare by the pandemic forced much reevaluation. The teachers of Spanish and Portuguese were...

RULES on the Run

Learning, remembering, and using the stress and intonation patterns of North American English can be complicated and cumbersome. The interference of using one’s native-language...

McGraw-Hill and NWEA Connect Curriculum and Assessment

McGraw-Hill and NWEA have entered into a strategic partnership to collaborate on how best to make assessment data actionable by integrating it with core...
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