We Teach Languages is a podcast and blog that explores the question, “What does excellent language teaching look like?” from the diverse perspectives of real teachers.

We generally post new episodes on Fridays.

Anyone can contribute interviews with language teachers to the podcast. Check out this blog post for more information on becoming a contributor. Or contact the host, Stacey, by email or on Twitter or Facebook, or using the form provided here.

We Teach Languages has no sponsors and charges no fees. We use free and low-cost tools. Stacey records, edits, and produces the episodes herself. The guests and contributors all volunteer their time and expertise.

The organizer and host of We Teach Languages is Stacey Margarita Johnson. You can check out her 2015 book Adult Learning in the Language Classroom (Multilingual Matters) here and a recent co-authored article on social justice in language education here.

Maris Hawkins is our Newsletter Contributor.

Our online store is hosted by Redbubble. Redbubble manufactures and ships the merchandise directly to customers all over the world, with a portion of any sales going to the podcast to help fund hosting fees and transcripts.

Our logo/featured image: public domain image from Pixabay edited using the free tools on befunky.com

Our newsletter is produced using Canva

Featured music: “City Lights”
Exzel Music Publishing (freemusicpublicdomain.com)

Transcripts by CastingWords, a paid transcription service.

 

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