History is about people, and language allows us to forge connections to people both across cultures and across time. This week, Dr. Melanie Krob discusses the synergy between the study of language and the study of history.
Welcome to the New Year of the WorldView Blog!
As we look back on 2019, the Concordia Language Villages group directors recall the WorldView blog posts that have left a lasting impression.
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.