Cultivating the bilingual brain podcast

 In Audio/Video, Writing

Creating multi-lingual learners is not a new thing, but it has evolved and is showing up more and more in classrooms across this country. As the nation’s population becomes more diverse, so do our classrooms and what is being taught and learned.

Locally in Vancouver, Wash., a Clark College alumna is leading the effort to provide easy access to a program that develops bilingual brains and celebrates a variety of cultures. And it’s so much more than just learning a language other than English.

The audio of children and teacher Hugo Zalvala is provided by the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

The photo is of a student from Gaiser Middle School, courtesy of Paul Quackenbush

Re-posted with permission from Clark College Foundation

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