Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting and the actors of 246 The Main reflect on their workshop on language, accent, and characters’ identities.
Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting explores the inheritance given to each person through their language, culture, and identity.
Award-winning world language leader Carmen Scoggins knows the importance of reflection. In Episode 27, Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting invites her stories to share insights on how she guides educators to make connections and transformations in their own work.
Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 26 of It’s About Language is Patrick Moynihan, whose stories of learning Haitian Kreyol by immersion as a teacher are humorous, touching, and insightful for all our lives.
Dr. Krista Chambless brings fresh, research-based approaches and world-embracing perspectives to today’s language teaching and learning. Norah L. Jones of Fluency Consulting explores with her the ways that language teachers can transform how they teach.
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Joy Peyton, PhD, a national leader in language education, talks with Norah L. Jones about the critical role of heritage language schools and education in the U.S.
Ricky Adamson, PhD, language educator and consultant, talks with Norah L Jones about the linguistic and cultural roots from which grow inclusion and respect.
Toni Theisen, award winning educator, talks with Norah L Jones about culturally-responsive teaching, providing equitable access for students of all cultures.
Akash Patel, educator and founder of Happy World Foundation, talks with Norah L Jones about how directly connecting youth to individuals around the world develops the empathy to transform lives.
Maria del Pilar Garcia, educator, author, and founder of Pillar of Dreams, talks with Norah L. Jones about following dreams, overcoming obstacles, and inspiring and empowering others to do the same.
Sheri Spaine-Long of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) talks with Norah L. Jones about the innovative ways the organization creates a powerful support system and vital communities in challenging times.
It’s About Language guest Lisa Fore provides insight into the connections of all humanity through seizing opportunities to reach out in respect to other languages and cultures.
It’s About Language guest Ines Lormand makes a compelling case for language-learning in general, and early childhood language classes and opportunities in particular.
It’s About Language guest Edgar Serrano guides us, through stories and reflections, to reframe perceptions about ourselves, others, and the world.
It’s About Language guest Dr. L.J. Randolph explores how language, identity, and social justice are inextricably linked.
It’s About Language guest Dr. Adrienne Daly challenges us to break away from the assumption that there is “one right way to speak or write.”
It’s About Language guests Eavan Mages and Charlotte Peyton share their stories and insights on language and culture heritage, diversity, and world-wide connections.
It’s About Language guest John De Mado invites us to a joyful experience and exploration of the enigma of language and identity.
It’s About Language guest Sharla Zwirek takes us on a personal and publishing journey to understanding ourselves and others through language and culture.
It’s About Language guest Amanda Seewald speaks intimately of her journey of discovery that, for all of us, language is the DNA of our identity.
It’s About Language podcast guest David Bong speaks of obligations to use language to bring the world together and confirm each person’s identity.
It’s About Language podcast guest Debbie Callihan-Dingle describes pathways and choices in challenging times that demonstrate the language and culture of leadership.
It’s About Language podcast guest Linda Egnatz challenges us to step up to make the world a connected space where we look out for each other. Follow us as she blazes a breakthrough path to language empowerment for all.
In this week’s conversation with educator and author Parthena Draggett, we explore the power and transformation of connecting language learning and application to life.
What happens when we lose our language? Sharon Deering suffered a stroke in 2017 that took her language away. In this episode, Sharon shares story and her struggle with us to bring insights and hope.