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As you may already know, reports in late 2021 showed that interest in learning sign language increased by around 250 percent after the fall of Marvel Eternals. This, unsurprisingly, is related to the fact that the film starred hearing-impaired actress Lauren Ridloff as deaf superhero Makkari, and thus, regularly displayed the use of sign language […]

California community colleges reeling fr...

Students walk through the Sacramento City College campus on Feb. 23, 2022. Photo by Miguel Gutierrez Jr., CalMatters After community college enrollment collapsed in late 2020, California lawmakers last year gave the two-year public college system $120 million to help stem the tide of students leaving and to bring back. So far, progress has been […]

How the Ukrainian working class was born

Mo First, I must say that Russian speakers are everywhere in Ukraine, and they are not only Russians. They are Russians and Ukrainians, Jews and Crimean Tatars, Armenians and Greeks. The Russian language is therefore not in itself a significant marker of national identity or political affiliation, except for far-right nationalists. What is important is […]

Trust; the key to success | News, Spor...

Jasmine Wright was the little Miss Belpre 2015 and is now the Teen Miss Belpre 2021 BELPRE – The declaration “When you have confidence, you can do anything” by Sloane Stephens is something 14-year-old Belpre High School freshman Jasmine Wright (Madison) is striving to prove. Although young, Wright has many ambitions […]

How a Monaghan Man Brought Irish Lessons...

SEARCHING FOR A CLASS AND DISCOVERING A COMMUNITY: Ronan Connolly with Let’s Learn Irish students in the capital Home page March 25, 2022 by Aileen F. Gorman Leong In the nation’s capital, an online community of Irish speakers, Let’s learn Irishfounded by Monaghan native Ronan Connolly, brings the Irish language into the hearts and homes […]

For refugee children from Ukraine, schoo...

* More than 1.5 million children have fled war in Ukraine * Countries are hiring more teachers and offering online lessons * Refugee groups call for more language support and therapy By Emma Batha LONDON, March 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Among the crowd of Irish revelers lining the streets of Dublin for […]

Active Learning Initiative awards 5 new ...

The Active Learning Initiative (ALI) awarded a new round of grants, helping 5 departments redesign courses to implement research-based active learning strategies and create lasting improvements to undergraduate teaching at Cornell. ALI is a collaborative effort: faculty work closely with ALI postdocs and Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) experts, and departments are increasingly collaborating with […]

Parents and educators weigh in on propos...

WARWICK, RI (WPRI) — Parents and educators argued on behalf of Rhode Island students Tuesday in the first of several hearings regarding proposed changes to the state’s high school graduation requirements. The RI Department of Education is considering new “preparation-based” graduation requirements, in an effort to ensure that students who graduate also meet Rhode’s public […]

Latina Leadership Program Takes Off

Beatriz Aguilar, chair of the music department at Edgewood College, sometimes volunteers as a translator at Madison-area schools. Once at Madison East High School, some parents asked her what she did for a living, and when she told them, their Latina high school daughter perked up and asked Aguilar if she had a doctorate. “And […]

Music is the universal language of the U...

Described as ‘the new Pavarotti‘, Gianluca Sciarpelletti is a son of Italian-American art, raised in the world of opera. He grew up around the performances and teachings of family friends from an early age, frequenting and listening to world-renowned performers such as Franco Corelli, Mario Filippeschi, Richard Tucker and Licia Albanese, thus inevitably attending the […]

Self-paced and late-start classes are op...

American Sign Language II and IV courses are offered with Western Nevada College’s late-start/short-term offerings beginning March 28. A variety of other courses are offered and it is possible to take more in a free-entry format. Submitted Sunday, March 20, 2022 If you haven’t heard, at Western Nevada College you are not required to start […]

Schools brace for teacher strikes over p...

Schools brace for teacher strikes over post-COVID pay and benefits News Sports Entertainment The life Money Technology Travel Opinion Educators navigate health protocols, staffing shortages, and student academic challenges. Many also feel disrespected. One in three teachers say they have been verbally harassed or threatened by a student. But the strikes are interrupting in-person teaching […]

The Philippines and the French-speaking ...

The wealth of the Philippines lies, among other things, in the multitude of languages ​​spoken in the Philippine islands. The official languages, Tagalog and English, are complemented by more than 170 regional and local languages. It is common to meet a Filipino or a Filipina who speaks three or more languages. Linguistic diversity in unity […]

Broadening the perspective of Nagekeo ch...

We have about 10 primary schools which become the model for the implementation of mother tongue in school activities in Nagekeo district The “Merdeka Belajar” (Freedom of Learning) program of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology has ushered in a new phase of freedom for educational institutions and educators to innovate through innovative […]

Hot Bread Kitchen empowers women in the ...

Hot bread cookingfounded in New York in 2008 by baker Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez, has been working for more than a decade provide training and placement for women in the restaurant industry. It is stepping up its services just as a very different restaurant industry emerges from the COVID-19 crisis. Catering to reality As we begin […]

Distilled Python

Author: David BeazleyPublisher: Addison WesleyDate: September 2021Pages: 352ISBN: 978-0134173276Printing: 0134173279Rating: 4Reviewer: Alex ArmstrongPython is not a big language but it is getting bigger all the time. Distilled Python is an attempt to present Python in a “short form” so that you can get on with it without worrying too much about the finer […]

City College faculty and students protes...

City College students and faculty gathered outside Conlan Hall on the college’s main Ocean campus to protest 50 layoff notices issued by Chancellor David Martin on Tuesday. The layoff notices, which were approved by the board on Feb. 24, will go into effect May 15. Full-time faculty can appeal their pink slips. Arnie Warshaw, a […]

What makes a lesson memorable? This is ...

The new question of the week, aimed at students, is as follows: What was your best classroom experience and what action or actions did a teacher take to help you get there (if they did)? Please be specific. What can other teachers learn from this experience? I previously shared answers to a similar question on […]

Mpl. the teachers’ strike continues; d

Negotiations continue Monday between the Minneapolis school district and its teachers’ union as the group’s strike stretches into another school week. After the weekend mediation sessions, district chiefs and union leaders both said they wanted to end the strike quickly. District officials said their latest offer represents a “financial limit.” Classes are canceled Monday and […]

About Parenting: Learn to Speak Another ...

Samantha Gray Photo added “What did I tell you?” “Don’t make me stop this car.” “You’ve had enough.” “I’ll give you something to cry about.” “Don’t make me tell you again.” My mother used to say, “You’ve had enough dinner,” when we asked for more at the table. I told my children. There are many […]

Revised Promotion Policy 2020-21 Extende...

The revised promotion policy 2020-21 has been extended for grades 9 and 11 in public and private schools for the current academic session, given the “exceptional circumstances” due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The order issued by Director of Education Himanshu Gupta states that in view of the assessment system issued by the CBSE, necessary changes […]

MLB’s historic FA frenzy resumes

Rain wreaks havoc on the Players Championship. Thursday’s late wave has yet to complete the first round as a second consecutive long-time suspension delays play. We could be looking at the first Monday of the fifth major since 2005. Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports/Design: John Regula The MLB lockout not only suspended the season, but also […]

MSCS sophomores must attend summer schoo...

Of the 15,000 students set to attend Memphis-Shelby County Schools Enrichment Camps this summer, at least hundreds of students will need to attend to advance to third grade. The borough plans to enroll first and foremost CE2 students who need to improve their reading skills as part of the “commitment third” policy implemented this school […]

Yesterday’s walk, with lessons for today

Today, bills to bolster the 1965 legislation, after the Supreme Court in 2013 struck down provisions that required states with a history of discrimination to “pre-approve” changes to their laws, came to nothing, mostly due to Republican filibuster and lawmaker refusal. in both parties to change the filibuster rules. Sen. mike lee, a Republican from […]

SNHU student does virtual study abroad

Kayla Barassa ’21 always knew she wanted to study abroad, but with no end in sight for the pandemic, financial means holding her back and the end of her degree fast approaching, she feared she would miss out on the opportunity. Nonetheless, she was determined to live her dream, even if it meant doing it […]

Critical Race Theory Opens New Opportuni...

Amid the heated national controversy over CRT in schools, some Black educators are openly using the framework to help students better understand history and contextualize current events. March 8, 2022 Most American students graduate from high school never learning a full, unvarnished account of their nation‘s story. Systemic racism within the education system, historical erasure […]

Clarence Thomas wants the Supreme Court ...

Conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas argued again on Monday that his colleagues should really take a case that would give them the opportunity to narrow the scope of the technology’s preferred legal provision: Section 230. While agreeing that the High Court should not take up a specific case involving Meta, Thomas nonetheless took the […]

New book promotes home language survival...

A new book aims to encourage Vietnamese-Australian children to retain their native language. Key points: VietSpeech will help Vietnamese-Australian families retain their native language Vietnamese is one of Australia’s five major languages, but it is feared it will disappear It is hoped the book can reach a global audience as Vietnam becomes a key economic […]

Baby masks and language development

Because mask-wearing is a relatively new part of our daily lives, there isn’t much research on this topic yet. But the few studies that exist suggest that masks do not inhibit children’s language development. The story continues under the ad “I am not aware of any research or evidence that shows that face masks worn […]

Apple shareholders approve civil rights ...

Apple shareholders approved a proposal for a civil rights audit on Friday against the wishes of the company, a rarity in the business world. Shareholders supporting the proposal said that given public employee unrest, privacy and security concerns, an audit was needed to hold the company to its stated pay equity and diversity goals. While […]

Interview with Mark Duplass, protagonist...

Apparently, like his character, he studied Spanish when he was in high school. Are you satisfied with the experience? When I started high school, my older brother Jay advised me to study Spanish. I thought about it a lot, but then I chose this subject rather than geometry. I continued to take classes afterwards at […]

Twitter opens all offices on March 15

It might seem like a very unlikely pairing, but the Bandcamp acquisition aligns with Epic’s growing ambitions for the metaverse as well as CEO Tim Sweeney’s intention to create a more closely aligned version of the internet. on the company’s vision for Fortnite. Epic has acquired a number of companies over the past few years, […]

Online Language Learning Market Industry...

“Get a sample report Survey before purchase Order the report now Overview of Online Language Learning Market 2022 The Online Language Learning Market 2022 report provides in-depth analysis of market dynamics with emphasis on secondary research. The report sheds light on the current status of the market size, share, demand, development patterns and forecast in […]

Ghana: KOICA Holds Masters Scholarship I...

The briefing for the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Masters Scholarship Program 2022 was conducted online on Friday in Accra. Potential beneficiaries from various institutions, ministries and agencies across the country participated in the online information session which took place at KOICA’s Accra office and was moderated by Ms. Gifty Lebenam Amekuedi-Programme, Deputy Director of […]

Global Language Learning Applications Ma...

The study on Global language learning apps market from 2021 to 2027 was announced by MRInsights.biz. The Global Language Learning Applications Market report incorporates widely studied data and insights into the Global Language Learning Applications Market with a comprehensive analysis of emerging trends, key patterns, industry landscape , infrastructural properties and key segments of the […]

Grant from the United States Embassy for...

Today at American Corner Moroni, American Chargé d’Affaires Amy J. Hyatt awarded a$8,000 grant to help launch Comoros’ first English-language newspaper. The grant, providedin the alumni chapter of the Comoros Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), will support theChapter Comorian English newspaper project. This project will lead to the launch of Comores Positif, an English-language program […]

Ukrainian school Tidewater works to help...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — There’s a Ukrainian school in Hampton Roads, and it offers insight into Ukrainian culture while raising money for their home country. This, while Ukraine is at war with Russia. According to the Ukrainian Tidewater School website, they offer a Saturday school for children in Hampton Roads who are toddlers and older. […]

2 years later, what have we learned abou...

The new question of the week is: What lessons have teachers learned since the first school closures two years ago? My friend, colleague, and co-author Katie Hull Sypnieski and I co-wrote this answer to the question. We are both seasoned teachers in the Sacramento City Unified School District and have co-authored several books on teaching […]

Taiwan opens second Mandarin center in G...

Berlin, Feb. 26 (CNA) Taiwan on Saturday opened a branch of the Taiwan Mandarin Learning Center in Heidelberg, Germany, which is the country’s second such facility, to teach Mandarin lessons to adults. Established by the German branch of the Distinguished Citizens Society of ROC, an overseas Taiwanese group, the center will join the other branch […]

5WPR President on Mascots as a Successfu...

NEW YORK, February 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to 5WPR President Dara Busch, a mascot can help a business reach new heights. The use of mascots in brand marketing is not a new concept. According to one study, brands that use mascots in their campaigns have seen an almost 41% increase in profits. A brand […]

Pearson launches buyout as education gro...

The company logo is displayed outside the offices of Pearson in London, Britain August 4, 2017. REUTERS/Neil Hall Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, Feb 25 (Reuters) – Global education group Pearson has announced it will launch a 350 million pound ($470 million) share buyback after demand for assessment and qualification […]

Auburn University Korea Center-King Sejo...

Body of the review We live in a diverse world, where being multilingual is a valuable skill to possess. The possibility of learning a second language involves more than the basics of language. It allows you to fully immerse yourself in a new culture and helps you understand specific cultural aspects like food, religious beliefs, […]

Across the Pond – The Spectator

Note: “Across the Pond” is a column in which freelance writer Grace Schutte will write about her study abroad experience in Valladolid, Spain. At UW-Eau Claire, there are requirements for students studying a language – to study abroad is one of them, and as a Spanish student I have to go abroad for a semester. […]

Correspondents’ reports in six languages

Several netizens were stunned by Crowther’s mastery of multiple languages, including the official Twitter account of language-learning app Duolingo Multilingual journalist Philip Crowther As tensions between Russia and Western nations continue to rise over the Ukraine issue, people around the world are eagerly watching the news for more details on the situation. As the media […]

Central Michigan Life – CLASS graduate c

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) now offers a certificate that is pending approval to be Michigan’s first program accredited by the International Dyslexia Administration (IDA). Last year, the Academic Senate approved the Certificate in Structured Language and Literacy Intervention (SLLIC), within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) in CLASS. […]

School board member’s remark angers NHS

NORTHAMPTON – Eleven educators from Northampton High School have written an open letter asking the school committee to apologize to students in the district for a comment made by Ward 4 member Michael Stein expressing concern that a program of Embedded honors creates an atmosphere of “second-class learners alongside first-class learners. Stein said Monday the […]

English Language Learning Market Size, S...

New Jersey, United States,- A recent report titled English learning market by Verified Market Research highlights industry dynamics, current and future trends that play a key role in determining business expansion. The report also highlights the key driving factors and restraints impacting the growth. For a comprehensive understanding, the experts have reviewed the regulatory scenario, […]

Compass Inn fireside chats will explore ...

If you’ve wondered if a crayfish is a fish or who put the “nickname” in a nickname, the Société historique de la vallée de Ligonier thought of you when planning its four-part show series on the “History and Mysteries of Language”. The series of informal fireside sessions will take place from 2-4 p.m. every other […]

A Malaysian advantage | The star

“BOSS, kopi bing satu, tapau” is probably one of the most heard phrases in Malaysia. Living in Malaysia calls for the common encounter of people “rojak-ing” different languages ​​in one sentence. It’s as if each word is a puzzle piece that fits perfectly into the puzzle although it belongs to different puzzle sets – that’s […]

Kindergarten provides basic Dusun langua...

Jahid with school staff and a parent-teacher association representative in a group photo with six students who received school leaving certificates at the ceremony. TAMPARULI (February 19): Tadika Ceria Kadazandusun Kampung Tiong Monggis here, has become part of the history of Dusun language preservation in the world. The state’s rural development minister, Datuk Jahid Jahim, […]

Amigo Reading And Learning offers an exc...

The mobile app combines two of the most rewarding and time-consuming online activities into a unique language learning process that has proven to be more effective than other methods. February 18, 2022 – Amigo Reading and Learning is delighted to announce that people trying to Learn a foreign language can turn to its mobile app […]

13 Carson City-Crystal seniors earn coll...

The Carson City-Crystal dual enrollment students are, front row from left, Kaden Walker, Ashton Keiffer, Connor Royse, Cole Stone, Rivers Stewart, Kianna Newswanger and Jenna Brown; back row from left are Gavin Gage, Cavanaugh Barker, Zane Forist, Bryce Stanley, Lyvia Halfman and Isabelle Kapustka. — Submitted by MCC SIDNEY — Dual enrollment in classes at […]

Afghan Women Describe Their Resettlement...

Published 2022-02-16 14:04 2:04 February 16, 2022 pm The Afghans’ first weeks on US military bases were hazy. In Virginia, Shami and her daughter met distraught women who were forced to leave their own children behind. In New Mexico, Freshta Ahrar’s mother struggled to navigate her new surroundings in a wheelchair. And in Wisconsin, at […]

Dakota Language Classes Will Be Offered ...

Dakota Language Classes Will Be Offered at Red Wing Public Schools The Prairie Island Indian community, its tribal council, and the district’s Native American Parent Advisory Committee led efforts to launch a new program to teach students the Dakota language. (FOX 9) – The Dakota language has been spoken for thousands and thousands of years, […]

The “Babushka Battalion” ready to protec

Mariupol, Ukraine – Valentyna Konstantinovska, 79, is ready to take up arms and fight Russian soldiers mano a mano to protect her city if President Vladimir Putin orders an invasion of Ukraine. Volunteers since the start of the country’s conflict in 2014, Konstantinovska and an army of “babushkas”, elderly women, have volunteered to dig trenches, […]

More Indigenous Language Teachers Will E...

Legislation that would allow for equal pay for native language teachers should be passed by the Legislative Assembly and enacted. This is precisely the kind of initiative that New Mexico needs to improve its educational outcomes. House Bill 60, sponsored by Rep. Derrick Lente, D-Sandia Pueblo, appropriates $1.25 million — it could end up being […]

Grant will help teachers expand their le...

New Philadelphia City Schools is constantly looking for ways to provide additional opportunities to help all of our students reach their highest potential. One of the ways to achieve this is to give our teachers the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and skills. We recently received a federal grant from the Ohio Department of Education […]

This Mohawk woman translates nursery rhy...

Like other Indigenous peoples in the early stages of reclaiming traditions, Kristi Talbot, a Mohawk with ties to the Six Nations community in Ontario, prioritizes language revitalization. “I have learned from the elders that passing on the language strengthens [our] values, because our traditions are woven into every word,” said Talbot, 32. “While my mother […]

Why liberal suburbs are facing a new rou...

David Fleishman, the superintendent of schools in Newton, Mass., an affluent suburb of Boston, said he recently received a message from a parent who was pushing for an end to mask mandates in classrooms. But first, he said, the individual felt the need to assure him, “I’m not a Trump supporter.” While Newton, like much […]

Deepmind’s latest machine learning resea

Large generative language (LM) models such as GPT-3 and Gopher have proven their ability to generate high quality text. However, these templates run the risk of producing destructive text. Therefore, they are difficult to deploy due to their potential to hurt people in ways that are almost impossible to predict. So many different inputs can […]

Lawyer for accused Pitt instructor denie...

By: John P. Wise/KDKA-TV PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Days after being accused of making offensive remarks in class, a guest lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh, through his attorney, is now denying the allegations. READ MORE: 1 Airlifted To Hospital After Crane Falls In Beaver County Citing a student’s complaint in a Reddit threadan article first […]

Confinements may not have harmed toddler...

Amy Norton WEDNESDAY, Feb. 9, 2022 (HealthDay News) — The pandemic has significantly disrupted children’s normal routines, but a new study suggests that the initial lockdowns of 2020 didn’t necessarily impede language development in preschoolers. In fact, the researchers found there was an unintended “boost” in young people’s vocabulary growth – possibly because parents were […]

Eric Stinton: It’s time to recognize tha

On the cover of Nitasha Tamar Sharma’s recent book, “Hawaiʻi Is My Haven,” is a striking image of Kamakakehau Fernandez wearing a pink bombax flower lei. Falsetto singer and award-winning ukulele player Na Hoku Hanohano was adopted from Arkansas by a Maui family when he was six weeks old and was enrolled in Hawaiian language […]

Gastonia nonprofit owner encourages supp...

An hour’s drive may separate Gastonia from Morganton, but a local woman hopes Gaston County residents will support her nonprofit’s effort to help 40 deaf high school students start their own prom. Starr Clinton started Nita’s Silent Hands after witnessing her deaf mother’s difficulty communicating in a hearing world. Now she wants others to support […]

Foreign Language Learning Software Marke...

The latest Foreign Language Learning Software Market report published by Value Market Research provides detailed market analysis including market size, share, value, growth and trends for the period 2020-2027. The market for foreign language learning software is vast, with many local and global players. The market for foreign language learning software is vast, with […]

Former Cheverus star makes transition to...

Zordan Holman, left, trades punches with sparring partner Jordan Lindsay during a practice last week at the Portland Boxing Club. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer After taking several hard punches and landing a few of his own in a long sparring session, Zordan Holman stepped out of the Portland Boxing Club ring and pondered the […]

Around Town: Company Spends $1 Million t...

In the latest column, news about a substantial endowment in the effort to maintain Cantonese classes at Stanford, the opening of new express lanes on U.S. Highway 101 just north of Palo Alto, and seed funding to raise challenges related to the pandemic. CULTURAL PRESERVATION… The future of Cantonese classes at Stanford University has been […]

UNH graduate Clare Egan focused on her s...

A great passion for education, Clare Egan arrived at the University of New Hampshire in 2010 seeking a graduate degree in linguistics after completing his undergraduate studies at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. The truth is, Egan was also a top-notch Nordic runner and skier and was looking to do an extra year of competing at […]

Immersion program seeks Chickasaws to co...

The Chickasaw Nation Chikasha Academy Adult Immersion Program is now accepting applications for the 2022-2024 program. The exclusive program is a three-year, 40-hour-a-week plan in which participants learn the Chickasaw language while being paid. “It’s an intensive, structured group immersion,” said Joshua D. Hinson (Lokosh), executive director of Chickasaw Nation Language Preservation. “Our goal is […]

Penn State Berks student develops conlan...

Constructed languages, or conlangs, have a long and storied history in fiction and television. From Klingon to Dothraki, conlangs have served as a means of transporting audiences to new lands, introducing them to new cultures, and serving as a definitive indicator of otherness. But Jannah Martin sees conlangs, and her own constructed language in particular, […]

Learning, language and privilege

The writer is a freelance columnist and former editor of a newspaper. Imagine you’re sitting in a classroom where students who only know English or Urdu can’t understand the learning materials – suppose the lesson is in Portuguese or Swahili. This is happening in our schools and now even in our colleges. Young children starting […]

Newtown School Budget Goes to Public Hea...

NEWTOWN — The Board of Education held a public hearing on Thursday, Jan. 27, to seek comments on the 2022-23 education budget proposal. Residents expressed support for the newly created position of Diversity Equity and Inclusion Coordinator, suggesting that administrative support be added to help this effort, as well as support for curriculum and instruction […]

MoU signed for the promotion of the Germ...

Islamabad: Roots International Schools and Colleges & Metropolitan International United College (MIUC) Goethe Institut, Germany renew Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as part of a program to network with partner schools to raise interest and students’ enthusiasm for modernity. German society today. The MoU is coordinated and implemented in cooperation with the German Goethe Institute, Education […]

Palestinian women in East Jerusalem achi...

“They speak Hebrew.” This phrase may not mean much to you or me, but to eight women in East Jerusalem it means a lot. Despite the complex cultural and political situation, these eight East Jerusalemites, aged 17 to 50, attend a weekly class to learn advanced Hebrew through a program called “Hebrew Speaking Women” (“Medabrot […]

School, COVID-19 and the Omicron variant

By Mylika ScatliffeAFRO Women’s Health Writer Dealing with COVID -19 has become a way of life. Two years into this pandemic, it still affects almost every aspect of our lives. Work, play and one of the most important aspects – school. Students at all levels have been affected in one way or another. Kids, parents, […]

this is how i can discuss science with y...

Masks make lip reading impossible and can impede understanding for hearing-impaired scientists.Credit: Tauseef Mustafa/AFP via Getty In 1986, when I was 18 months old, pediatricians told my parents that I had profound deafness and would remain unable to speak and would have to spend my life in an institution for the disabled. But even at […]

The language student becomes the teacher...

PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. — Sixty-four weeks, or 2,240 hours, of schoolwork is the average length of a Mandarin Chinese class at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center at the Presidio of Monterey, Calif. Staff Sgt. Uruwishi Holzhausen successfully completed the Mandarin Chinese course in 2010. He returned to the POM in 2019 assigned […]

University of Nevada, Reno English profe...

University of Nevada, Reno Professor of English Valerie Fridland recently received a $60,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) scholarship to study the English language and its impact on speech. The College of Liberal Arts professor, who had never applied for a NEH scholarship before, was thrilled to have been rewarded on her first try. […]

Veritas Varsity Awards 30 First-Class St...

Deborah Tolu-Kolawole, Abuja Published January 26, 2022 Veritas University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Hyacinth Ichoku announced on Wednesday that the institution will award a total of 30 first-class degrees at its 10th convocation ceremony scheduled for Saturday, January 29, 2022. According to the Vice Chancellor, who spoke in Abuja during a press briefing with selected journalists, a […]

Irish-themed online course with Celtic J...

The Celtic Junction Arts Center has launched a new semester of courses covering a wide range of subjects including Irish language, history and literature, and Celtic creative arts. As part of Celtic Junction’s Irish College of Minnesota, fifteen online courses will take place on a rolling basis from now until April 7, 2022. Sign up […]

New year, new hobbies to explore

Photos courtesy of Sara Davidson By Sara Davidson 01/25/22 11:57 PM As we wrap up the first month of 2022, it’s never too late to take up new hobbies and learn new habits to set you up for success for the rest of the year (and maybe longer). With everything from small habits to fun […]

Indigenous-Cornell Partnership releases ...

Who lived above the waters of Cayuga before the lake was so named – or rather misnamed? Many common labels for indigenous peoples and places in this region, including “Cayuga”, are actually mispronunciations imposed by white settlers, according to the anthropologist and archaeologist Kurt Jordan ’88. “Indigenous history accounts for 98% of the human occupation […]

“The pandemic has moved digital learning

The pandemic has irritated equations everywhere, driving digital learning forward year after year and has seen Oxford University Press, one of the major players in the educational publishing space, bolster a key learning solution that will now serves more than 150,000 students and more than 7,000 teachers satisfied with its full range of aids. “The […]

Opinion: Never underestimate the value o...

“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The senior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. – William Arthur Ward, motivational writer I sincerely believe that a good teacher can change the world, one student at a time. Ever the optimist, I still believe this is possible despite the fact that many American teachers are […]

Explained: What’s New in the Draft Under

The University of Delhi (DU) on Friday released a Draft Undergraduate Curriculum Framework 22 (UGCF-2022) in line with the National Education Policy (NEP) and invited feedback from stakeholders until to January 30. The new UG curriculum will come into effect from next year when the university moves to a four-year undergraduate program (FYUP). What is […]

student and sensei reconnected after 30 ...

LANCASTER – Nearly 30 years after taking his classes at Ohio University-Lancaster, Jeff Husband was able to reconnect with his teacher, despite being on the other side of the world. The husband graduated from Lancaster High School in 1991 and returned to Lancaster in 2015 from Georgia. He said he thought of the teachers and […]

University language guide says ‘grandpa’

A University of Washington language guide calls everyday words used by Americans “problematic”. The University of Washington’s Department of Information Technology released a “inclusive language guidewhich lists a number of “problematic words” that are “racist”, “sexist”, “ageist” or “homophobic”. According to the guide, words such as “grandpa”, “household”, “minority”, “ninja” and “lame” are considered “problem […]

Sugar Land residents asked for input on ...

Area residents are invited to a “Senior Center Needs” open house to share ideas and discuss potential expansion plans for the TE Harman Center, the Sugar Land Parks and Recreation Department announced Friday. The open house will be Wednesday, January 26, 6-8 p.m., at Sugar Land Town Hall, 2700 Town Center Blvd. North. “This open […]

Speak like a Chershire native and Gourme...

TWO small businesses have come together to offer French lessons for adults. Speak like a native of Cheshire, and Gourmet! cafe on Sankey Street have joined forces to offer a unique way to learn the language. The first offers language learning within the framework of a playful, interactive and activity-based concept. His team believes that […]

Women doctors are less vocal than men in...

New research in Open JAMA Network which was conducted by investigators from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital suggests that male and female physicians may assert themselves differently in academic settings — particularly in large in-person classes, but with differences less evident in smaller or virtual classrooms. This can lead to gender […]

Franco-German cultural institutes: a con...

The cooperative relationship between France and Germany was institutionalized in the Élysée Treaty of 1963, and reinforced by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle. The latter, signed on January 22, 2019, confirmed the political will of the two countries to expand their cooperation and foster closer relations between their civil societies. Regarding the cultural dimension, the Franco-German […]

Georgetown faculty develops Korean langu...

Georgetown University faculty and administrators anticipate that a new Korean major will be approved and available to students by the fall 2022 semester. According to Philip Ivanhoe, chair of the Department of East Asian Languages ​​and Cultures. This addition reflects students’ growing interest in the language as Korea becomes an increasingly important political, economic and […]

Why Music Lessons Should Be On Every Stu...

Distance learning, social distancing, mask-wearing, and quarantine, for example, have made being a student particularly difficult in these current times. Amid all the noise of the pandemic, music is something students can turn to because of its inherently therapeutic qualities. “Music is valuable on its own because it has inherent artistic, social and intellectual value,” […]

Spanish lessons from The Spanish Institu...

The Spring Semester at The Spanish Institute will begin the first week of February and will offer a variety of group classes at all levels, as well as one-to-one tuition, both on-site and online. The new schedule is now available on the institute’s website, www.spanishinstitute.ie, where students can book the course of their choice until […]

The Alliance Française de Newport adds a

The Alliance Française de Newport (“AFN”) announced this week that it will be expanding its French classes this month for the first time in three years and offering a fourth class to interested members. AFN’s mission includes learning French language and culture and the expansion of its course offerings continues this mission until 2022: historically, […]

ROWVA School Board, parents say book lan...

The council decided to ban the course book during a closed session in November, but after outcry from parents opened the discussion to the public on Tuesday. ONEIDA, Ill. — The ROWVA school board voted Tuesday, Jan. 18, to indefinitely postpone action to suspend or allow the teaching of a young adult novel in first-grade […]

New MCSD Virtual Learning Program: Detai...

Years before the coronavirus forced schools to figure out how to teach students remotely, the Muscogee County School District began planning to implement a virtual learning program. Superintendent David Lewis had incorporated this part of his 10-year strategic plan when the MCSD Board of Directors hired him in 2013 from Polk County, Florida. On Tuesday […]

New Series of Online Tamil Courses Launc...

The next round of free online spoken Tamil lessons for young people and adults will start on Sunday, January 30, 2022. Classes are hosted on Zoom by Malaysia-Durban Tamil Socio-Cultural Organization (MDTSCO) with experienced teachers from Malaysia attending the classes. Saranya Devan, course coordinator at MDTSCO, said there was a severe shortage of in-person Tamil […]

Trustees vote unanimously to save Canton...

City College of San Francisco (CCSF) trustees voted unanimously on Thursday to save its endangered Cantonese curriculum, offering a sense of relief to students and more than 20 Asian organizations that have backed its continuation. The program was nearly canceled in the fall of 2021 due to budget cuts. The college, according to administrators, must […]

Lancaster School District faces a decisi...

When: January 11 Lancaster School District Council meeting. What happened: Board members must decide on the next phase of bilingual immersion education by February 15. Administrators, tasked with researching different methods of teaching the language, presented three scenarios at the meeting, but recommended that the district continue to freeze the program due to a lack […]

District Program to Cover Teacher Tuitio...

Dozens of Santa Fe public school teachers plan to participate in a new initiative to increase the number of educators trained to teach English as a second language or lead bilingual classes. The district allocated $90,000 in federal pandemic assistance last month for the three-year pilot program, which will provide tuition and fee reimbursement to […]

Looking for a place filled with history,...

Support local journalism: Find offers for new subscribers here: Special Offers — FLORIDA TODAY. Think Idaho and images of legendary potatoes, unrivaled skiing, Ernest Hemingway and Basques come to mind. Basques? Basques? What ? Idaho, in particular Wooded, indeed has deep ties to this fiercely independent and hardworking ethnic group originating from the westernmost Pyrenees […]

First Dist Research Language Officer sup...

Tribune press service Amritsar, January 15 As a first step, the Punjab Department of Higher Education and Languages ​​has appointed a District Language Research Officer. Baljit Kaur joined the team as the first district research language officer. She shared that her role would primarily include carrying out projects to document literary heritage as well as […]

From English to Urdu, home languages ​​v

There were 37 additional languages ​​identified by students during the Simcoe County District School Board census What language does your family speak at home? According to the 2021 Simcoe County District School Board Student Census, the most common responses may be different depending on where you live in Simcoe County. In April 2021, 26,978 pupils […]

Grant awarded to develop the Nez Percé p

Hipéexnu’, a non-profit organization aimed at developing Nez Percé language and culture among youth, has received several grants, including $150,000 from the NewSchools Racial Equity Venture Fund to help strengthen the group’s program. NewSchools helps organizations or nonprofits that want to start a school that offers more diverse options for students and families. The grant […]

Summary of Board Actions and Public Test...

All Board meeting agendas are posted on https://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/Public Inquiries regarding Board agenda items may be directed to the Board Services Office at 619-725-5550 or by email at [email protected] Additionally, you can attend the meeting, watch the meeting live on iTV16, watch the live webcast on https://www.sandiegounified.org/about/board_of_education, or watch the video of the meeting at any […]

Saskatchewan. Rivers describes recent e...

The Sask Rivers Education Centre/Daily Herald File Photo List includes partnerships to deliver cultural programs and the addition of Indigenous language classes Putting more emphasis on teaching Aboriginal languages ​​and making room in the calendar for more Aboriginal festivals and days of remembrance are just two of the things the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division […]

LIBRARY NEWS: Support for your New Years...

If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution that you’re struggling to keep, you might want to consider all of the resources – print, DVDs, CDs, and online – that are available in your library to help you. Our numerous electronic databases are just one example. If you want to learn a new language, you can […]

Omaha Teachers Union Offers Suggestions ...

Substitute teachers shared their call for help by urging other teaching certificate holders to return to the classroom. We hear the leader of the Omaha teachers’ union tell us how he thinks schools could help ease the pressure on teachers and substitutes. in everything I think I could be replaced every day, ”said Pat Shepard […]

Central Bucks officials vote against CDC...

A week after the Central Bucks School District canceled classes in part due to staff issues related to the pandemic, school board members rejected a health and safety update to accommodate the news national recommendations. The board of directors voted 6 to 3 on Tuesday against the changes proposed by member, Dr. Mariam Mahmud, after […]

English-language learning platform Fread...

Freadom, an English-language learning platform for children ages 3 to 12, raised $ 2.5 million in a funding round led by Capital A and other top investors, including Bollywood star Tiger Shroff, BharatPe founder Ashneer Grover, VMart Retail founder Lalit Agarwal and Global PayU CFO Aakash Moondhara to name a few. Several existing investors, including […]

Teaching and learning have always been a...

CHILLICOTHE – She’s a globetrotter a little passionate about education, languages ​​- and horses. “I often imagined myself traveling the world in one way or another,” said Roberta Milliken. “I had globetrotting grandparents who probably fueled this desire. I never dreamed of being Dean of Studies, but teaching and learning has always been important to […]

Garden River First Nation resident captu...

Anishinabek Nation Language Commissioner Barbara Nolan received the Sault Ste. Marie Medal of Merit for her decades of language teaching. – Photo provided By Sam Laskaris GARDEN RIVER FIRST NATION – It’s true that Barbara Nolan doesn’t get too many calls on her cell phone, which is why the 74-year-old Garden River First Nation resident […]

Community colleges resume face-to-face t...

North Carolina Community Colleges have a long history of inmate education with some programs dating back over 40 years. Cleveland Community College is one of 41 community colleges that provide educational opportunities for incarcerated people. According to North Carolina Community College System, colleges offer educational programs at approximately 53 institutions across the state. Note: JavaScript […]

The university banned foreigners

TREATMENT OF Ugandans: Chung Chou University of Science and Technology has been “involved in a major violation of the regulations in force,” the education ministry said. By Shelley Shan / Journalist Chung Chou University of Science and Technology has been banned from accepting international students after it was discovered that it had mistreated Ugandan students, […]

Peter Rhodes on Celebrity Headlines and ...

Daniel Kawczynski deputy The clank of China at the Indian border at least shows that the old phrase “building bridges” is not always a good thing. The celebrity effect, when the world focuses on the little problems and ignores the big ones, is at the heart of this excellent new movie, Don’t Look Up (Netflix). […]

Matthew Barger turns OHIO degrees and mi...

Matthew Barger’s career with the US Marshals Service (USMS) has taken him across the country and abroad, but the Jackson, Ohio native is happy to be a little closer to home with his current mission in Charleston, W.Va. The officer in charge of the Southern District of West Virginia Violent Fugitives Task Force, Barger received […]

Learning foreign languages ​​can open up

Hyderabad: Learning new languages ​​and their nuances was considered a hobby a few years ago. However, due to the immense globalization of industries, learning foreign languages ​​can earn you a high paying job today. This not only strengthens your CV (Curriculum Vitae), but also allows you to build a career that can take you to […]

ARPA grant funds have been extended to H...

Thanks to grants, Round Rock Public Library expand popular outdoor lockers, add two new subscription services, and hire a diversity, equity and inclusion consultant. These projects will provide increased access to library resources and services, especially to community members who suffered greater disruption during the pandemic. One of the subscriptions, O’Reilly Books for Libraries, will […]