Accessibility and Inclusivity in Language Education

Education, in general, is facing issues with providing students with accessibility options; likewise, that inevitably affects the field of language acquisition. What can educators do to...

Applications for 2021 ALAS Scholarship Award due Sept. 30

The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS), in partnership with Curriculum Associates, is now accepting applications for its 2021 ALAS Scholarship Award. Applications...

NPO Offering Distance Learning Resources for Educators

Nonprofit organization Achievement Network (ANet) is offering free distance learning resources for educators. The resources are designed to help educators move forward with their...

Collaborate and Focus

This year my school is beginning the year with 100% virtual learning. That’s a big leap! We’ve never before had a one-to-one supply of...

Race and Language Teaching

I moved to Birmingham, Alabama, in 1988 from Los Angeles, California. Even Birmingham’s undeniable legacy of racial injustice and violence could not quell my...

Have Fun Learning

If kids are having fun while learning a language, it is much more likely they will enjoy it and want to keep learning. ...

Measuring Teacher Impact

Verso Learning’s platform is a teaching resource designed to collect evidence and data from the classroom to develop and deliver personalized professional development and...

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...

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...

From Deficit-Based to Assets-Based: Breaking Down the Wall One Essential...

This is part two of our series Breaking Down the Wall. View Part 1 here. Dan Alpert: Debbie and Diane, tell us more about the...
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