It's Hope Week for World Read Aloud, and it got us thinking about hope as a key ingredient in the journey of our bilingual readers' community. Having hope is great resource in our path toward improving literacy as a whole. Having hope is great when it comes to motivating ourselves to expose our kids to … Continue reading When Hope Is Not Enough
The world is witnessing a historic moment. The social fabric of America is being torn, top to bottom; by confusing messages, "alternative facts", toxic rhetoric, and everything in between. A country that many once held as a self-realized utopia is currently being pushed backwards, at a supersonic pace, stumbling on the same obstacles we thought … Continue reading Diversity as Part of The Bilingual Classroom
OK, so you are a bilingual teacher. But what does that mean? It might mean you teach English as a second language (ESL). It might mean you teach your native language to non-native speakers, or teach another language you know. It might mean you teach in a classroom that is bilingual at its core, or … Continue reading Who Is The Bilingual Teacher?