I was invited to speak on Entre Dos, a podcast created by Monika Leal and Paula Niño Kehr, both native Spanish speakers raising bilingual daughters. Each week, they bring stories of real families, conversations with experts, important research and resources to inspire and help their readers raise their bilingual child.Continue reading
I am thrilled to keynote during DC’s upcoming Multilingual Education Fair on January 26. Co-sponsored by the key education institutions of the District, the fair features 100 exhibitors covering 12 languages to allow you to explore and deepen your linguistic and cultural skills, and learn about careers where language skills are crucial.
The Fair will be located on the Gallaudet University campus at the I. King Jordan Student Academic Center (800 Florida Ave NE, Washington DC 20002).
It was exciting to be part in a conference on bilingualism organized by Community School District 14 Superintendent, Alicja Winnicki, and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York.
District 14 in Brooklyn is the home of numerous dual language programs including Chinese at P.S. 250, French at P.S. 110, German at P.S. 18, Japanese at P.S. 147, Polish at P.S. 34, programs which are actually featured in my book, The Bilingual Revolution. Continue reading
El sábado pasado, participé en un panel sobre el futuro de la educación bilingüe y multilingüe en México con Cristina Rascón (escritora, economista y traductora literaria. Directora y socia fundadora de Skribalia, escuela global de escritores en línea), Jonathan Payne (profesor International Baccalaureate, Churchill College) y Renata Somar (traductora literaria, narradora. Coordinadora regional Proyecto Échange, Directora agencia Pli selon pli).
Last Saturday, I participated in a panel on the future of bilingual and multilingual education in Mexico with Cristina Rascón (writer, literary translator, and director of Skribalia, a global school of online writers), Jonathan Payne (International Baccalaureate teacher at Churchill College) and Renata Somar (guitarist, literary translator, regional coordinator of Proyecto Échange , and director of Pli selon pli agency).
La revolución bilingüe: una nueva guía escrita desde la experiencia misma ayuda a padres y educadores a establecer programas educativos bilingües en el sistema escolar estadounidense. La historia de un movimiento local que surgió en Nueva York.
El libro La revolución bilingüe: El futuro de la educación está en dos idiomas, cuenta la historia de un movimiento local que surgió como producto del devoto involucramiento de una serie de padres, educadores y actores de la comunidad que se sintieron motivados y dispuestos a fundar y a apoyar programas bilingües en las escuelas públicas de la ciudad de Nueva York. Continue reading
Over the weekend, I was thrilled to present my book The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages, in no less than three venues in San Francisco. I met a number of bilingual revolutionaries and we discussed dual-language program development with great passion!
Join me at one of the following events that will happen in New York City, Boston, and Washington! I will present my new book The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages, discuss dual-language program development with great moderators and, sign copies at each event! See you there! Continue reading
Today is International Translation Day which is celebrated every year on September 30 to show solidarity of the worldwide translation community in an effort to promote the translation profession in different countries. This is an opportunity to display pride in a profession that is becoming increasingly essential in the era of progressing globalization.
To mark this day, I have decided to give my new book for free both in its original English and its French ebook editions for everyone who will contribute to The Bilingual Revolution’s Adopt a Translation campaign. The campaign’s goal is to translate The Bilingual Revolution in 8 languages: Arabic, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, and Spanish. Continue reading