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We are joined by Lori Leonard, Amy Kuo Somchanhmavong, and Shorna Allred, members of the Cornell Center for Teaching Innovation’s Digital Storytelling Community of Practice. We learn about the podcasts, video stories, and other media projects they are utilizing in the classroom and the field. Center for Teaching Innovation - Digital Storytelling Co…
 
Mariame Sy, Lecturer in African Languages and the Director of the African Language Program at Columbia University, discusses the history of African language teaching in the United States and identifies opportunities for innovation in the language classroom. #muñëlëntéBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Tom Pepinsky, the new director of Cornell’s Southeast Asia Program, talks about his relationship to Indonesian language and culture, growing up in a rust belt town in the United States, and the ways in which the language you speak may or may not affect your view of the world. #penandatangananBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
We are joined by Karen Lichtman, Associate Professor in Spanish Linguistics and Educator Licensure at Northern Illinois University. Dr. Lichtman follows up on her talk, “Acquisition vs Learning in 2021,” comparing and contrasting the implicit and the explicit in language instruction. #onomatopoeiaBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Cornell's Brandon Lanners, Executive Director of the Office of Global Learning, and Gustavo Flores-Macías, Associate Vice Provost for International Affairs, discuss how to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for international students. #pachanga #apapuchi https://global.cornell.edu/resources/teaching-international-students…
 
Jamie Rankin is the Director of the Princeton Center for Language Study and co-director of the language program in the German Department at Princeton University. He follows up on his recent talk at Cornell, entitled "How Can I Learn All These Words?" Research-based strategies for teaching and learning L2 Vocabulary. #Eichhörnchen https://www.dddger…
 
We are joined by Florencia Henshaw, language educator, teacher trainer, program director, author, tech enthusiast, and social media trailblazer. She brings her energy for and expertise in online learning to our show. We discuss what we’ve learned about learning through the pandemic, and what wisdom we can take with us into post-pandemic language te…
 
We are joined by Eduardo Viana da Silva from the University of Washington, who will give a talk as part of our monthly LRC Speaker Series this week on developing an open and inclusionary language textbook for Portuguese. He offers strategies for teachers interested in creating and sharing open materials. #janela https://uw.pressbooks.pub/batepapo/…
 
We share highlights from a webinar hosted by Cornell’s Translator Interpreter Program featuring our own Angelika Kraemer, as well as TIP's founder, Fatema Sumar. A 2001 Cornell graduate, Fatema is now the President Biden-appointed Vice President of the Department of Compact Operations at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Fatema who now works in…
 
Bill VanPatten, the Diva of Second Language Acquisition, returns to Speaking of Language to chat about revolution and his recent talk for our monthly LRC Speaker Series, "Barriers to Innovation in Language Teaching. #monpetitchou Watch Dr. VanPatten's talk here.By Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Nancy Martinsen of Cornell’s Asian and Asian American Center describes the joys and challenges of being an international student in the United States, and what we can do to support these students. #matapang A3C website Including International Students in Online Teaching @cornella3c @isu.cornellBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Cassandra Glynn, Pamela Wesely, and Beth Wassell, authors of Words and Actions: Teaching Languages through the Lens of Social Justice, discuss how we can rethink and transform our teaching to better serve our students and our world. #rembobiner #tiquismiquis #gemütlich #schickimickiBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
N‘Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba shares the lessons of three decades in Africana Studies at Cornell University. #ubuntu Global Comparative Education: Journal of WCCES – https://www.theworldcouncil.net/gce-editorial-team.html World Voices Nexus: the WCCES Chronicle – https://www.worldcces.org/ Find information on conversation hours for Cornell's African …
 
Le Anne Spino and Karen de Bruin discuss the Proficiency Initiative at the University of Rhode Island and its impact on students and the curriculum. #cambur #lekker Referenced sources: https://www.aacu.org/liberaleducation/2019/summer-fall/reynolds https://blog.languagetesting.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Increasing-Graduates-Employability-Spino-…
 
Rachel Beatty Riedl, the new director of Cornell's Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, illuminates the Center's new Migrations Initiative, as well as her investigations as a scholar and podcast host into life and politics on the African continent. Listen to Rachel's podcast, Ufahamu Africa, at https://ufahamuafrica.com. #jamm…
 
In honor of Thanksgiving, we asked language students at Cornell to thank their teachers for their hard work, particularly through the transition to remote learning in 2020. We share what a few of them had to say (in their target languages, of course). In order of appearance: Nandi Ndoro for Nandipa Sipengane, Zulu Alejna Gjakmani for Banu Ozer Grif…
 
Christopher Hromalik follows up his talk, “Inclusive by Design: Universal Design for Learning and the World Language Classroom,” with a conversation about Universal Design for Learning and what it means for the language classroom. To watch Chris's talk and see his presentation slides, please visit our Speaker Series archive at https://lrc.cornell.e…
 
David Forman talks all things Yiddish at Cornell, and shares some history of the language in New York and the United States in general. Join David for Yiddish Conversation Hour on Fridays from 12-1pm. אַן אַלרײַטניק# קענען זיך אין די שוואַתצע פּינטעלעך זײַן אַ קענער אין די שוואַרצע פּינטעלעךBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Kate Paesani joins us to follow up her talk, “Multiliteracies Pedagogy and Teacher Professional Development: From Research to Practice.” We’ll learn how educators can integrate multiliteracies into their curriculum. https://fllite.org/ https://newlearningonline.com/ https://carla.umn.edu/literacies/index.html #libellule #kindness…
 
Melina Ivanchikova and Matt Ouellett, Center for Teaching Innovation Giulia Friso, Senior Research Associate, Plant Biology In our 100th episode, we dive into “Teaching & Learning in the Diverse Classroom,” a Massive Open Online Course developed by Cornell’s Center for Teaching Innovation. Two of its creators, Melina Ivanchikova and Matt Ouellett, …
 
Daniel Gallagher, from Cornell’s Classics department, reflects on his decade of experience living and working as a Latin secretary in the Vatican, and shares the many benefits of learning to speak and converse in a language some may consider “dead.” #sapientiaBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Professor Beth Lyon, Director of Cornell’s Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic, and Victor Flores, J.D. Candidate and Spanish instructor in our Languages Across the Curriculum Initiative, offer a look into Cornell’s Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic, and the different educational methods they utilize to create access to the American justice system …
 
We kick off our first episode of season 6 with lessons learned over the summer. Sam and Angelika discuss building the LRC's Online Learning Community, and Cornell instructors Thierry Torea and Su George talk about their experiences in building community and engaging students online. #saucissonBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
In the final episode of our Spring 2020 season, we speak with three Cornell language students about their transition into remote learning over the course of this semester: Jabari Gambrel (Wolof), JT Miller (Korean), and Skyeler McQueen (German). #hersugol #그냥 패스 #우리 #zanahoriasBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Claire Ménard, Naomi Larson, and Munther Younes, lecturers of French, Japanese, and Arabic at Cornell University, share their experiences with the transition to remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic. #samak #sharib #wunderbar #がんばろうBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
Director of the University of Wisconsin System Collaborative Language Program, Lauren Rosen, discusses the lessons, consequences, and potential in moving language instruction into a virtual space. #GaztelugatxeBy Language Resource Center, Cornell University
 
As we continue our special focus on language teaching and learning strategies in a virtual space, we welcome Andrew Ross to our podcast. Dr. Ross is the director of the Language Center at Harvard University. He joins us to discuss the role of the language center supporting teachers and students in these times.…
 
In this episode, we are joined once again by our colleague Chris Kaiser, Program Manager for the Shared Course Initiative, a collaborative agreement among Columbia, Cornell, and Yale Universities to share instruction in the less commonly taught languages. Chris shares several philosophies and strategies for assessing students in a time of social di…
 
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