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Five ways your school can support multilingualism

As we come to the end of the school year I’ve been reflecting on how much the school impacts successful bilingual development. Most schools are not “bilingual” schools, or “immersion” schools, or indeed any kind of language-based school model. 883 more words


Bilingualism in Ecuador

Bilingualism is highly valued in Ecuador. There is no doubt about that. That being said, I have been trying to understand how Spanish and English work here.   298 more words

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Education All Stars: This teacher has been in ELL student's shoes

VOXXI is dedicated to recognizing those working in the field of education for making a difference and those students setting the example for our future generation. 672 more words


Language Policy in Arizona

One of our latest publications is Language Policy Processes and Consequences edited by Sarah Catherine K. Moore. Here, Sarah gives us a bit of background on the complex situation in Arizona. 282 more words

Applied Linguistics

Let's talk about Dutch Mother Tongue support (Hup! Hup! Holland!)

So as the rest of the country sits wide awake, glued to the Netherlands-Argentina game, I too am considering the position of Dutch in the world, but the language, not the football team. 503 more words



I’ve always been fond of hands-on activities in class. They encourage such a lifelong love of learning. A way for young students to learn and understand by doing instead of just retaining information by reading or being exposed to… 257 more words


5 Tips to Engage Latino Families and Students

Today we are featuring one of First Book’s celebrity blog series. Each month First Book connects with influential voices who share a belief in the power of literacy, and who have worked with First Book to curate a unique collection that inspires a love of reading and learning. 614 more words

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