Teach World Languages is a multilingual, multicultural community of learning and practice for all language instructors, with a specific focus on the needs of novice teachers. It is a space for presenting theoretical perspectives, sharing teaching materials and exchanging ideas.
Teach World Languages is:
- A meeting place where graduate students and first time instructors can find guidance.
- A source of information and support for adjunct teachers and instructors of less-commonly-taught languages.
- A place where skilled teachers can share their experience and knowledge and further their professional development.
- A valuable tool for teacher-training programs.
- A means to encourage more efficient collaboration among practitioners across languages and institutional boundaries.
All materials submitted to Teach World Languages are covered under a Creative Commons Attribution/Non-Commercial license. For further information, please refer to creativecommons.org.
Any visitor can browse the content on this site by using the search function or browsing by category. Visitors can view the items listed in the Glossary of Terms and the Bibliography, and be directed to other resources from the External Resources page.
In order to be able to send contributions to the site you will need to register. Registered users can suggest new bibliography entries, glossary terms, and links to external resources, post comments on articles, and submit their own articles. These submissions will be reviewed and considered for publication by the site administrators.