Episode 89 | Reflection Series | Guest Celia Zamora, ACTFL
Join Norah L Jones and Celia Zamora on the future of language education and ACTFL. In this episode of It’s About Language, Norah and Celia talk about initiatives designed to include everyone in the learning and use of languages to participate fully in the global community.
Episode 88 Inviting you to Reflect with Amanda Seewald, JNCL Executive Director. Amanda provides insight into voices coming together to make a difference. “Language is human, we are human, and it is essential in order for us to do work, live, and do anything with other humans.”
Episode 87 Inviting you to Reflect with Edgar Serrano, NNELL President-Elect. Edgar shares pathways for young children to learn new languages, and opportunities and resources for those who teach them. Reflect on how he and we ensure joyful learning experiences, equitable access, and hope through a multilingual identity.
Episode 86 Inviting You to Reflect With Leslie Baldwin, NADSFL Supervisor of the Year 2023. In this episode, we reflect on our gift of language and its impact on our identity, our community, and our destiny. Join me – Listen and Download to share with your friends and colleagues
In this fourth and final heritage language series episode, Norah Jones talks with international leaders Renata Peskova (Iceland), Ken Cruickshank (Australia), Gisi Cannizzaro (Netherlands), Antonella Cortese (Canada) and co-moderator Joy Peyton (US).
Norah Jones’s guests for Episode 38 of It’s About Language are the three leading officers of the National Museum of Language. Career language specialists themselves, they now share their skills and joy through this virtual museum.
In Episode 38, the leadership team of the National Museum of Language joins Norah L. Jones to share the resources, excitement, and opportunities offered by this virtual, moveable, and outreach-focused nonprofit museum.
In Episode 37, Susan K Younger joins Norah L Jones of Fluency Consulting to explore how our perspectives drive our thoughts, conversations, and relationships, and how discovering those perspectives opens pathways to understanding our common humanity.
In Episode 34, Lea Graner Kennedy joins Norah Jones on It’s About Language to explore the challenges and promises of collaboration and cross-disciplinary approaches to world language education and global application.