Author: Barbara
Barbara is a bilingual content writer and science teacher that loves to offer support in educational content, writing, and learning. She is passionate about learning, science, and Spanish.

The impact of bilingual learning in project based learning

bilingual learning

Project based learning creates the adequate setting for bilingual learning

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Bicultural Mama interview

Bicultural Mama

Meet Maria Wen Adcock from Bicultural Mama and learn how important bilingualism is at home.

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Curriculum planning resources for successful teaching

curriculum planning

Learn the ways to plan your curriculum for easy management and efficient mapping

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10 clever ways to simplify lesson planning

simplify lesson planning

Use simple tools for easy lesson planning with a collection of apps, planners, and sites.

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Second language teaching and its benefits

second language teaching

Second language teaching offers many benefits including cognitive development, language acquisition, and brain improvement.

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Teaching toddlers a second language

teaching toddles a second language

Teaching toddlers a second language needs patience and commitment. Often, teaching toddlers is a whirl of excitement. Lessons for toddlers carry a straightforward message. The instructional part of teaching toddlers requires simple planning, lots of activities, and more hands-on exploration.

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Raising bilingual children in a monolingual household

raising bilingual children

Raising bilingual children is an amazing duty, especially when they inherit culture and traditions from parents.

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