Posts Categorized: World Languages

Science Magazine posted an article entitled “Speaking a second language may change how you see the world” that explores the benefits of being bilingual. The article begins with a situation that anyone in a foreign language can struggle with. “Where did the thief go? You might get a more accurate answer if you ask the… Read more →

20 Years of Spanish Immersion Make Lawrence Township a Model for Indiana Lawrence Township in Indiana is getting attention for it’s immersion program reaching 20 years of success! Students at Forest Glen Elementary School spend a majority of their time speaking Spanish, even when they are socializing. When they begin elementary school they speak almost… Read more →

  Mike Collins believes that embracing blended learning could positively impact schools today. According to Collins, blended learning improves student engagement, the retention of information, and it serves a wider variety of students. In this day and age, where teachers are not only challenged with issues regarding standardized testing, Common Core Standards, and job security,… Read more →

Jonathan Johnson, a former teacher, has noticed something missing from charter schools in New Orleans: innovation. Johnson has developed a new program, called Rooted, to help combat this trend. Johnson is partnering with Algiers Technology Academy to pilot his program. The program prepares students for the competitive job market by splitting their time between working… Read more →

St. Mary’s County Public Schools is purchasing new Spanish textbooks for the first time in 16 years. The county is buying ¡Qué chévere!, EMC’s new, 5-level Spanish program. The district’s purchase gives students access to the ¡Qué chévere! eBook and a variety of online resources to enhance their learning. The county is making strides towards… Read more →

Corey Mitchell dives into languages spoke by English Language Learners in America, and it isn’t always Spanish. Although Spanish is the top language spoken by ELLs in most states, 5 states have other languages that take the top spot. Mitchell addresses that California, New Mexico, and Nevada had the largest share of ELL students in… Read more →

The power of student voice never fails to amaze us! This is so inspiring, and the very reason we do what we do at EMC! The Flipgrid team recently had the pleasure of visiting our longtime friend Andy Plemmons (@plemmonsa), Library Media Specialist at David C. Barrow Elementary School, and his awesome students in Athens,… Read more →

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Student’s essay around the poles of Haida-Gwai: The artistic value associated with the the latest poles increased via the Originally Nations of Haida-Gwai

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