This guest post comes from from Luci Galvan, an elementary language teacher in California who discusses three We Teach Languages episodes she recommends. https://weteachlang.com/2018/09/16/recommendations-luci-galvan
Post your takeaways, comments, or questions about episode 69 with Leslie Grahn, and you will be entered to win a copy of her forthcoming book co-authored with Dave McAlpine The Keys to Strategies for Language Instruction (ACTFL, 2017) OR a seat for her VLM (Virtual Learning Module) Engaging All Learners.
Did you get a chance to listen to episodes 59 and 60 with Richard Kiely and Eric Hartman? If not, now might be a good time to go back and have a listen before you jump back into the classroom for the new school year. In those episodes, we discussed community-engaged global learning and, in … Continue reading Guest Blog Post on the GlobalSL Blog!
For the next two weeks, the volunteers behind We Teach Languages will be taking a little vacation and will not be publishing new issues of the newsletter, but we WILL continue releasing episodes on Fridays and we WILL look forward to hearing your feedback on Twitter, Facebook, and on our website at weteachlang.com. We hope … Continue reading A little vacation…
We are excited to announce the winner of the Community-Based Global Learning book giveaway!
In this post, Stacey answers a question about guests who may seem to say contradictory things. As part of this podcast, I have invited several dozen different teachers and researchers to talk publicly about their ideas, practices, and beliefs about language teaching. My guests often have very specific approaches, and perhaps a few cases would … Continue reading FAQ: Two guests on separate episodes said contradictory things. Who is right?
In this post, Stacey answers a common question about what the interview process is like. If you are going to be a guest on the podcast, we'll make an appointment to meet in person or on Skype or Google Hangout or a similar tool or another free online service. I use all free and low-cost … Continue reading FAQ: What recording and editing equipment do you use?
In this post, Stacey answers a common question about what the interview process is like. Once you have agreed to be a guest on the podcast, the actual interview process is pretty easy (well, I think it is anyway). I use all free and low-cost tools and try to make the whole thing as pleasant … Continue reading FAQ: If I am a guest on the show, what is the interview process like?
In this post, Stacey answers a common question about how she chooses her guests. My choices are guided in equal parts by serendipity, networking, and a commitment to diversity. I have my own professional network of teachers and researchers that I draw on, but I also meet people in interesting settings, follow leads on the … Continue reading FAQ: How do you choose your episode guests?