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International Education and Student Affairs Excellence Award: Anastasia Rose-Diamantis Lopez

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Mar 02, 2015 /
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Wandering Educators is pleased to recognize Stasia Lopez for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of International Education and Student Affairs with our International Education and Student Affairs Excellence Award.

 

How to Teach English as a Foreign Language

by Dana Newman / Mar 02, 2015 /
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How to Teach English as a Foreign Language

 

Why Teach English as a Foreign Language?

by Dana Newman / Feb 18, 2015 /
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Why teach English as a foreign language?

 

The Farm to Table French Phrasebook

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Nov 24, 2014 /
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Whether you're an old hand at visiting France, preparing for your first trip there, or just really LOVE French cuisine, I've got the book for you. The Farm to Table French Phrasebook: Master the Culture, Language, and Savoir Faire of French Cuisine, written by French native Victoria Mas, is a much-needed addition to the various ways of learning about French culture.

US High School Scholarship Program NSLI-Y Promotes Language Study

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Sep 25, 2014 /
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U.S. Department of State Scholarship Program for American High School Students Promotes Study of Critical Languages

 

How Did the English Language Come to Be?

by Lexa Pennington / Jun 13, 2014 /
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English is truly a lingua franca, or global language. It is spoken in countries throughout the world and studied by millions of students every day. However, English, evolutionarily speaking, is a relatively new language. To understand where English comes from, let’s journey back to the beginning of language itself.

 

Learning French in Paris? Make Sure you Maximize the Experience

by Lexa Pennington / Apr 04, 2013 /
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Paris is a magical city with its cobbled streets, ancient walkways, fine wines and beautiful buildings. It’s a popular destination for tourists all over the world. However to really appreciate the Parisian spirit, and discover its hidden gems, enrolling on a course to learn French in Paris is really worthwhile.

 

Important things to take in consideration while looking for a job abroad

by Ed Forteau / Feb 22, 2013 /
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Top 5 reasons to study English in London

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jan 23, 2013 /
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If you’re thinking about learning English and want to know where the best place to study is, there is one simple answer, London! The UK’s capital city is full of opportunities and excitement, and it is a really good place to pick up the language.

Top 5 places to learn French while teaching English

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jan 16, 2013 /
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While it’s all well and good to furnish eager pupils with knowledge, many teachers also have a hankering to indulge in a little extracurricular learning themselves. If this can be achieved in a beautiful setting among wonderful people without the help of actual French lessons, then so much the better. In this respect, English teachers hoping to pick up or polish their French are spoilt for choice.

 

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