Language has always been at the forefront of educational technology since the days of listening labs back in the 1970s. It’s not just that coding is a language, the intricacies of language education have always pushed technology to its limits including voice recognition, instantaneous translation, and artificial intelligence. Now language educators are key to the introduction of new technologies in schools and colleges worldwide.
Like TCEA, we recognize the crucial importance of professional development and communication between educators of all disciplines and technology developers, so this is an opportunity to learn from colleagues and share ideas about how best to help diverse groups of learners benefit from technology. For over 20 years, Language Magazine has campaigned for all students to have the opportunity to become profoundly literate in English and another language with the help of technology and international experts in literacy acquisition. Trusted by over 100,000 ESL, bilingual, and literacy educators, as well as administrators with a finger on the pulse, the magazine is now being relied on by more and more EdTech specialists.
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