Strategies from K-12 schools, districts, and programs that are dramatically improving the learning process.
We share evidence- and practitioner-based learning strategies that empower you to improve K-12 education.
Collaborative learning should be an essential element for world language teachers who want their students to understand, enjoy, and use that new language.
Edutopia senior fellow Milton Chen on forging better relationships between U.S. and Latin American schools.
Shelly Blake-Plock weighs in on increasing student engagement by getting rid of textbooks.
Ed policy blogger Claus von Zastrow defends foreign language programs and explains why it's important that schools keep them.
Guest blogger Kyle Pace on how to plan the perfect PD.
1. Find Native Speakers
A sampling of schools that take foreign language teaching to task.
Learning a language not one's own is still among the most powerful forces in education.
New doors open as these students learn an international perspective reinforced by four years of language study, global videoconferences, and travel abroad.
Guest blogger Eileen Mattingly suggests three foreign films - 'Whale Rider,' 'Please Vote for Me,' and 'Like Stars on Earth' - as fun starting points for globally-focused summer learning activities.
Students in Donna Roman's fifth grade class shared holiday cards with students in Taiwan.
Edutopia blogger Monica Burns looks beyond national borders and language barriers as she connects with likeminded educators to expand her professional learning network and share her passion for ed tech.
These articles offer practical advice for responding to current events.