Bilingual Employees Earn More Money Than Those Who Speak One Language
CALEC Bulletin #31 - What language have you always wanted to learn?
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What language have you always wanted to learn?
"This delightful book debunks some of the preconceived negative attitudes small children may bring to their first math lessons. It creates a positive learning environment for little ones, letting them know it’s okay to make mistakes and that we all progress at different paces." —Roxanne M.
"A great book for anyone working with multinational coworkers and for building up one's cultural competence while conquering cultural differences and misconceptions. Particularly useful for people working with U.S. and French colleagues."—B.B
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Professeure émérite, reconnue mondialement pour ses recherches sur l'effet du bilinguisme sur les processus cognitifs tout au long de la vie, Ellen Bialystok nous explique qu’un cerveau bilingue est un cerveau actif et en meilleure santé, surtout avec l'âge.
Imagine an America where kids have even more chance for success, thanks to their experiences in dual language and community-based heritage language schools. Where businesses gain an edge globally because they can literally speak their customers’ language. Where lifelong learners can become more than tourists in other countries and finely hone their brainpower.
Hotel Borbollón delivers short, personalized and fun online Spanish lessons. Our goal: your motivation, participation and progress.
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