What does it mean for someone to not have a name? Skogfjorden dean Tove Dahl discusses the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, and why the right to a name is so crucial for every child in the world.
A language class requires a language learning curriculum, right? Well . . .
Teaching expert Paul Magnuson discusses the benefits of studying language with an un-curriculum: a teaching space that encourages students to decide what they need to learn from moment to moment, with their un-teachers along for the ride.
Here are good reads from around the globe that have caught our attention during the month of November.
This summer, author and educator Julie Lindahl came from Sweden to Concordia Language Villages to lead workshops on storytelling, diversity and inclusivity. Learn more about her work at Sjölunden in this week’s blog post, in honor of International Education Week.
Following last month’s post on the usefulness of Spanish, Sean Patrick Hopwood returns to extol the many reasons to study another global language: French.