by The world is more interconnected than ever. Thus, connecting students through global learning is essential. Luckily, today’s technological advances mean that international connections and student understanding of the world are possible. Global Learning Through Travel My primary experiences with global learning came through study abroad programs in college or through international travel as an […]
by “Having your child learn two languages at the same time will confuse them, won’t it?” “You know that teaching your child multiple languages is just going to cause a speech delay?” Have you heard these assertions too? These are common questions that many of us raising bilingual kids hear. The answer is “No” to all […]
by May 5th is Children’s Day (어린이날) in South Korea – a day to celebrate children and their value in society. Throughout history and the world, children have been exploited for their labor. In 1923, writer and activist, Bang Jeong Hwan, introduced the idea of a holiday that would promote children’s rights. Originally, the country […]
by In my role as a drama educator, I have observed several benefits when students participate in a virtual theatre program. The beauty of drama is that it is a universal language that brings people together. It can play a positive role in developing important life skills for our multicultural kids. The recent pandemic […]
These 3 activities for teaching languages to kids provide opportunity for practice at any age are: bingo, charades, and 20 questions.