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?
In this post, Stacey answers a common question about sponsorship and financial support. In the last few weeks, I have gotten several questions about how I support the podcast financially. It's not something I talk about, generally, because there is not much to say. The answer is that I do not have financial support or … Continue reading FAQ: Who sponsors this podcast?
We're doing another book giveaway and you can enter to win in the month of May! http://weteachlang.com/2018/05/01/book-giveaway-globallearning
In this post, Stacey answers a question about her experience and availability for speaking. This is an easy one. Yes! In the past, I have done speaking and workshops of various kinds both at conferences like ACTFL, AATSP, MWALLT, and SCOLT, and as an invited speaker at secondary schools and universities. My talks and workshops … Continue reading FAQ: Do you do workshops or other speaking?
In this post, Stacey answers a question about becoming a contributor to the podcast. For various reasons, some people want to help with the podcast, but not necessarily be a guest. Or maybe you have been a guest in the past, and are looking for more ways to contribute. I could definitely use more help. … Continue reading FAQ: How can I contribute?
We are excited to announce the winners of the November book giveaway from Multilingual Matters.
Have you ever thought that a friend or colleague would make a great guest for an episode of We Teach Languages? Why not interview them, and submit the recording to appear on the show?
Win a copy of the new book from Multilingual Matters -> Intercultural Communicative Competence Across the Age Range: From Theory to Practice.