Using Google Translate in Sheets to Differentiate

Many teachers may have students in their classrooms that have a different home language than English. While this can be an advantage to the student […]

Supporting Bilingual Students with Reading and Writing

In the United States, over thirteen million children speak a language other than English at home. After English, Spanish is the most common language spoken […]

My Children Stories on Storybird

I studied creative writing at UCLA’s extension program back in the 90s with two published children’s authors.  It was my outlet for creativity. Since then, […]

South Africa- The promise and Challenge of Education

My last day in South Africa I had lunch with faculty from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban. I had an enlightening conversation with Vusi […]

#Intentional: Learning a Language; Listening to My Peers

So, in this year of being #Intentional,  I’ve pinned down my “to do” list for the next few months.  I will be learning to speak […]

Bilingual use of Grademark Quickmarks

Welcome back to week four of our series on Education Innovation Fund projects. This week we’re hearing from Dr. Mark Connolly in the School of Social […]

How Bilingualism Benefits You

More than half the world learns more than one language as a child. While we in the monolinguistic world might think that has no bearing […]

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