Episode 71 – Breaking Silos, Changing Lanes

Listen here, download and share as Steven Sacco illustrates through research and stories why and how to bring language out into every facet of our lives and work.

Introducing Agnès Ndiaye Tounkara (Episode 69 & 61)

Learn more about Agnès Tounkara, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 61, focused on the opportunities available to those who speak heritage languages.

Episode 69 – Resilience (Republished)

Fluency Consulting Episode 69: Resilience is so strong and powerful that you need to hear it & download it. Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting is releasing it again. Agnes Tounkara of the French Heritage Language Program in NYC shares the stories of the power of immigrant youth released through language and educational effort and resilience.

Episode 69 – Resilience

Fluency Consulting Episode 69: Resilience is so strong and powerful that you need to hear it
& download it. Norah Jones of Fluency Consulting is releasing it again. Agnes Tounkara of the French Heritage Language Program in NYC shares the stories of the power of immigrant youth released through language and educational effort, and resilience.

Episode 68 – Understanding Ourselves in the World: IAL at SCOLT Part 2

Norah L Jones taps the professional excitement, dedication, and insights of her fellow language education attendees at the SCOLT conference in Norfolk, VA.

Episode 66 – Lifelong Learning: IAL at SCOLT Part 1

Norah L Jones taps the professional excitement, dedication, and insights of her fellow language education attendees at the SCOLT conference in Norfolk, VA..

Episode 61 – Heritage Doorways

Norah Jones explores the power and roles of heritage languages with panelists Joy Peyton, Neila Baumiliene, Ashok Ojha, and Agnes Tounkara.

Introducing Maria Carreira (Episode 60)

Learn more about Maria Carreira, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.

Introducing Fabrice Jaumont (Episode 60)

Learn more about Fabrice Jaumont, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.

Introducing Richard (Dick) Brecht (Episode 60)

Learn more about Dick Brecht, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.

Episode 57 – Afro-Latino Travels: Kim Haas

Norah Jones welcomes Kim Hass, creator and host of PBS program “Afro-Latino Travels,” to discuss African-heritage experiences and contributions in Latin America and the world.

Introducing Kim Haas (Episode 57)

“It’s About Language” guest Kim Hass shares her personal and professional journey to raising awareness of the contributions and cultures of Afro-Latinos over centuries.

Introducing Jenni Kilmore (Episode 54)

“It’s About Language” guest Jenni Kilmore shares how language teaching, educational resources, and personal connections transform individuals and communities.

Episode 51 – Why It’s About Language

My invitation throughout this podcast is to reflect on your own personal “novel” – the story of your life as reflected in the roles and impact of language on you, the chief protagonist.

Introducing Patrick Moynihan (Episode 26)

Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 26 of It’s About Language is Patrick Moynihan, linguist, deacon, and storyteller par excellence with a heart for Haiti.

Episode 26 – What They Could Hear Was My Heart: A Conversation with Patrick Moynihan

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.