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August 31, 2013

Project Tomorrow Presents Findings – The Use Of Technology In World Language Classrooms

From Thursday’s inbox…

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“World Language teachers in the Speak Up survey see technology as an integral tool in supporting their personal productivity, and in promoting student achievement.” Project Tomorrow

Dear Michael,

Join us for a live webinar Adopting Technology for the World Language Classroom on September 12th at 5:00 p.m. EST with Julie Evans, chief executive officer for Project Tomorrow. Mrs. Evans will discuss the findings of the Speak Up research project. Speak Up is a national initiative of Project Tomorrow®, the nation’s leading education nonprofit organization dedicated to the empowerment of student voices in education.

We will discuss:

  • World Language Teachers’ use of technology
  • WL Teachers’ use of digital content in the classroom
  • Obstacles WL Teachers face using technology in their classroom

Just as the educational landscape for mainstream subjects is changing with the advent of technology, so too is language learning. See this informative infographic that provides a big-picture view of how language learning has evolved and expanded.

Webinar attendees will receive a copy of a newly released Speaking the Language of the 21st Century:World Language Teachers and their Use of Technology white paper; a collaborative effort between Rosetta Stone Education and Project Tomorrow using data from the school districts that participated in the 2012 Speak Up survey.

Register now.

Regards,
The Rosetta Stone Education Team
T: (800) 811-2819
E: education@rosettastone.com

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