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.
This week’s guest, Ines Lormand, makes a passionate and personal plea for early bi- and multi-lingualism based on her life experiences, work, advanced studies, and
It’s About Language guest Edgar Serrano guides us, through stories and reflections, to reframe perceptions about ourselves, others, and the world.
This week’s guest, Edgar Serrano, brings his personal history and experience in business and education to a conversation on changing perspectives about peoples, cultures, and ourselves.
Sharing this small meditative gem from Maya Angelou on the power of exposure to languages and cultures, so critical for our times.
It’s About Language guest Dr. L.J. Randolph explores how language, identity, and social justice are inextricably linked.
This week’s guest, Dr. LJ Randolph, shares the need for and approach to connecting social justice and language learning and use.
This week’s guest, Dr. Adrienne Jones Daly, challenges our ideas around standardized languages in education and society.
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 is critical that we reflect right now in our country’s life on the role and power of language and words on the behavior and beliefs of individuals and groups.
How much seasonal music have you heard, and how many season’s greetings have come your way? We’ll finish the year linking language and music!
This week’s guest, Eavan Mages, was born in Galway, Ireland, and has tapped her rich cultural and language history for her career and family life.
This week’s guest, Charlotte Peyton, was born in the Netherlands; her multilingual and multicultural experiences inform her outlook and career in powerful ways.