Tag: 2014

Merriam-Webster named culture in all of its definitions as its word of the year for 2014, saying that culture was a "big word at...

Preparing Children on the Range Claudia Miner examines the challenges of getting early education to minority children in the most rural environments Mutual Benefit Heather Tyler explains...

Elementary Practicals Lisa Lucas discovers what we can learn from the UK’s mandating of world language education in all elementary schools from second grade When Language...

Cutting to the Common Core What Does CCSS Mean for Early Learning? Benjamin Heuston explains why a publisher has adapted its early learning materials to complement...

Testing Reformed Lance Knowles explains how advances in technology and cognitive neuroscience allow us to assess and modify the quality of learning and practice Animating All...

Retool for Fall A selection of the latest technological products for language educators Bright Learners, Big City Kristal Bivona returns from China full of its promise We are...

Cutting to the Common Core: The Positive Side of the Digital Divide Judith Zorfass and Tracy Gray recommend using digital text to differentiate reading instruction ...

The International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) office - part of the US Department of Education, has announced its Centers for International Business Education...

Cutting to the Common Core: The Key to English Standards John Carr argues that the Collaborative Discussions element is the most important of all standards ...

‘Selfie’ ‘crowdfunding’ and turducken’ are among 150 new words added to the 2014 updated version of the Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary; the company have...