Wordplay is an opportunity for fun and engagement, an opening to appreciate some important things about language. As we all well know, spoken language is not only a way of conveying information, but also a way of connecting with others and expressing ourselves. And one of the ways that spoken language can be more creativeContinue reading “Episode 114 Word Play and Pun’d-It, with Josh Daly”
Bring a language forward. We want that language to be something that we recognize. Human language is uniquely suited to creating possibilities. Those possibilities create opportunties for individuals to discover their deepest identities, to express their most important thoughts, to make their most important connections with other people, and to find their place and purposeContinue reading “Episode 113 Always Say Yes to a Language: Michele Aoki & Veronica Trapani”
Meet It’s About Language podcast guest Linda Egnatz,, whose mission is nothing less than to connect a diverse world of languages and cultures, one person at a time.
Meet Joy Peyton, Coalition for Community-Based Heritage Language Schools, IAL co-host for episodes 60-63 and guest for episode 24.
Learn more about Maria Carreira, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.
Learn more about Fabrice Jaumont, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.
Learn more about Dick Brecht, guest panelist on It’s About Language with Norah Jones Episode 60, focused on heritage languages in society.
This week’s guest, Edgar Serrano, shares three important tips for businesses to grow and succeed through harnessing the power of languages.
Norah Jones’s guest for Episode 27 of It’s About Language is Carmen Scoggins, award-winning language educator and leader specializing in opening opportunities for reflection and connection.
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.
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.