Those who speak (and think in) different languages also organize knowledge and understanding in different ways, and these different modes of organization help us to think more flexibly and to see issues from different perspectives. more
Leaders of study abroad programs for students in elementary, middle, and high school describe key features of their programs and lessons they have learned, as presented at the 2016 ACTFL Annual Convention and World Languages Expo. more
A new publication by Chris Livaccari that makes an eloquent case for language learning as a means to enhance and deepen students’ capacity for processing information and analyzing the shape of the world. more
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