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Do you want to learn Spanish and travel? Learn Spanish and travel the world with Jim and May from Spanish and Go. Advance your listening comprehension through incredible travel stories, cultural conversations, Spanish tips, and interviews with Spanish speakers from around the world. You’ll hear natural conversational Spanish perfect for the intermediate or advanced Spanish learner. With Spanish and Go, not only will you improve your Spanish, but you’ll gain the tools to travel abroad with co ...
 
If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
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The words for today are wretchedness, writhe, writing, wry, yearling, zealot, zeitgeist, zenith, zephyr & zodiac. Welcome to Word Mastery of the English Language by Morry. I am an avid learner. I create these podcasts for myself and those who are of the same mind. Join me to fill our world with more words to express it. You will get used to Alice. Alice is very smart to search the internet and create our lessons in 15 minutes. This is a work of passion.
 
This podcast is for the learners of the Russian language, who feel passionate about Russian culture and Russian poetry. I suggest my listeners to make a journey to the world of Russian poetic legacy, and to improve the language skills along the way. Immersion in the language culture is not merely effective, but utterly fascinating as well. I encourage my audience to look at Russian language not purely as a tool of communication, but as an artistic instrument of crafting peculiar literary rea ...
 
Join Isaiah Sterling, a passionate lifelong learner as he takes educators on a journey into what the heart of education should encompass. Sterling believes that student voice is crucial to the implementation of all educational practices. He asserts that students possess the knowledge to solve more than just math problems. Student voice is one of the final keys needed to unlock the mysteries of true school success. This podcast is inspired by the work of Rebecca Coda and Rick Jetter, Let Them ...
 
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How do we notice things of value and name them in order to enhance our pedagogical documentation and help early years learners move along the continuum, especially through play. What skills and tools does this require and how can early years educators improve in that area? Tonight's panelists include: Dr. Teri Rubinoff @TeriRubinoff Klara Redford @…
 
Tough love can sound pretty tough… especially if you’re a kid in trouble with your Mexican mom. While a lot of things that moms say to their children are fairly universal in any language, you’ll be shocked to hear what some moms say in Mexico to get their children to behave. In honor of Mother’s Day, In this episode we explore 15 of the most common…
 
This episode gathers educators from Canada and the US to address questions that have come in from teacher candidates about what to do in the spaces in between graduation and landing a permanent job. Tonight’s Panelists: Jaclyn Barankin @JBarankin Stephanie Amoruso @ms_amoruso Dr. Sam Fecich @ SFecich…
 
Do you want to travel to Latin America, immerse yourself in the culture, make new friends, and practice your Spanish? In this episode, I give you 5 expert tips to turn your next trip into an authentic travel experience, not just a normal vacation. Find out how to prepare in advance to take advantage of the opportunity to improve your Spanish while …
 
Learning Spanish by listening to music can be a powerful tool in your toolbox, but you can't necessarily trust everything you hear. Musicians make mistakes too... sometimes on purpose. In this episode, we explore ten different Spanish songs with grammatical errors. Links: Errors in Spanish Music Spotify Playlist 051 - La Vida y Muerte de Selena | T…
 
Teaching “soft skills” can feel so hard, and there are so many social emotional learning skills needed, especially as a result of the pandemic. Why should we make time for cultivating compassion in the classroom and what are some ways we can do that? On tonight's panel: Theresa Meikle @T_Meikle Jessica Baird Dana Geall @danageall Jeff Kubiak @jeffr…
 
While Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America, it’s often overlooked as a tourist destination. In this episode of the podcast, we dive into tons of interesting facts about Nicaragua, including some of the best things to do in the country. Links: 069 - Sobre Puerto Rico | About Puerto Rico 075 - Sobre México | About Mexico 099 - Sobre Gu…
 
In 2017, the United Nations officially recognized April 21 as the World Day of Creativity and Innovation to raise awareness of the role of creativity in all aspects of human development. There are many different tools to helps students foster their creativity, and we are exploring some of them with our panel on tonight’s episode of #OnEdMentors Thi…
 
Do you ever get nervous when someone asks you a question in Spanish? Has your mind ever gone completely blank when you're trying to respond, even if you KNOW you know what you want to say? In this episode, you'll hear from Dani Dancing -- a Spanish learner like you who was able to shed her fear of speaking Spanish and get more comfortable having co…
 
What’s crunchy, spicy, and the perfect cure for a hangover? The answer might surprise you. It’s chilaquiles! And for whatever reason, they’re not nearly as common in the U.S. as they are in Mexico. Learn how to prepare this traditional Mexican dish with May’s mom Oly in this special episode of the podcast. Links: 013 - La Comida Mexicana | Mexican …
 
I'm sure you already know how to say yes in Spanish, but nothing causes a conversation to fizzle faster than short, abrupt, one-word answers. When you are first learning Spanish, your natural desire will be to respond with what you are comfortable saying- sí, no, gracias. But if you want to step up your game and venture into a truly meaningful conv…
 
Ever since we got married, we wanted both of us to be able to travel to and live freely in each other’s country. That’s one of the main reasons why we decided to take the first step towards getting my Mexican citizenship, and that’s by getting Mexican residency. In this episode, we tell you more about the process, the cost, our experience, and ever…
 
What type of language learner are you? The type of language learner you are will influence how quickly you reach Spanish fluency. I will help you improve your Spanish and accelerate your path to fluency by helping you identify your language learning type. Take the Quiz > https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/typequiz Listen to the Episode: https://w…
 
Chili pepper is so common in Mexican food, that the first question many people ask before taking a bite is “It is spicy?” In this episode, we explore Mexican chili peppers, where they come from, which ones are the hottest, and much more. ¡Al chile! Links: 013 - La Comida Mexicana | Mexican Food 025 - El Chocolate: Un Regalo de México al Mundo | Ch…
 
In Part 2, we revisit the conversation that we began on the Dec 9ths episode to dive deeper into the role that student agency and voice play in creating equitable assessments for our inquiry classrooms and the role assessment can play to build bridges and engage learners. Panelists: Trevor Mackenzie @trev_mackenzie Nilmini Ratwatte @nratwatte Elisa…
 
To help you build your Spanish conversation skills, in this episode we'll review a dialogue covering a common situation when you're traveling or even just going to a new place for the first time. In this dialogue between Sara and Myrna, you'll hear how to ask for and give directions. Download the full transcript and translation of this dialogue fro…
 
¡Aguas! Mexican Spanish is well-known for its peculiar slang and unique sayings. In this episode, we go beyond “chido” and explain fifteen of the most common Mexican words and phrases. Links: 021 - Español Callejero | Street Spanish 086 - Las Groserias Mexicanas con Mextalki | Mexican Swear Words with Mextalki La video con “el cholo” Spanish Immer…
 
What is an essay and how did the essay become such an important medium in education. How does the almighty essay help students learn or demonstrate learning? Can other products help us gauge these same skills in our learners and why should we consider using them in our classrooms? On this week’s panel: Angela Stockman @angelastockman Melanie White …
 
There are a few things that I used to say all the time when I started learning Spanish. However, with time and practice, I realized they were dead giveaways that I was a newbie. Listen to this episode to find out the 5 things you should stop saying in your Spanish conversations if you want to get fluent in the language. > Did you like this episode?…
 
Have you ever caught yourself saying “I’d love to… I just don’t have the time”? I know I have. But the truth is, it’s likely not true at all. We have time for the things that are important to us. Or put another way, we make time for the things that are important to us. In this episode, we dive deep into how to find and make time for what’s importan…
 
外国語を学び始める時、どこから手をつければいいのか、迷いますよね? 人それぞれ、学び方はあると思いますが、僕の学び方の一部を紹介したいと思います。 In this episode, I talk about my approach to a new language. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hiro-japanese/message
 
Do you ever question if your current approach to learning Spanish is really working? What should you focus on first? What should you learn next? How do you know when to move on to the next thing? In this episode, I share the exact steps I would take if I was learning Spanish from scratch. Listen to find out which steps you can apply to your own Spa…
 
Spanish is a diverse language, so it’s no surprise that Guatemala would have its own unique vocabulary and phrases. Located just south of Mexico, we expected to hear a lot of similarities with Mexican Spanish, but I wasn’t expecting to learn about a whole different way of addressing people. Vos tenés? Find out about some of the most popular Guatema…
 
Technology can be a powerful tool for transforming learning. It can help affirm and advance relationships between educators and students, reinvent our approaches to learning and collaboration, shrink long-standing equity and accessibility gaps, and adapt learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners.” Office of Educational Technology USA T…
 
Do you want to become conversationally fluent, but you still hesitate when you're asked basic questions in Spanish? In this episode, I'll share 5 questions you absolutely must know how to answer in Spanish. Listen to this episode before you have your next conversation with a Spanish-speaking friend! > Did you like this episode? We'd love it if you …
 
Doing 100 of just about anything non-stop is a lot, which is why this week we’re celebrating 100 episodes of the Learn Spanish and Go podcast! We’ve crossed a number of major milestones since we’ve started, and it’s all thanks to you. So in this episode, we let you guys choose your favorite episodes from the past couple of years. Special thanks to …
 
People aspire to become school administrators for various reasons, and one of the hurdles to reaching that goal of formal educational leadership is the interview. Our panel aims to support aspiring administrators to best prepare for the interview process regardless of the board in which they work. Tonight's panelists: Karen Friedman @KarenFriedman …
 
Guatemala is a country in Central America known as the “Land of the Eternal Spring.” Join us for our third episode in our Country Spotlight series as we take a look at this incredible country full of culture, volcanos, coffee, and so much more. Links: 007 - COVID-19 y el Futuro del Turismo | COVID-19 and the Future of Travel 019 - Reflexiones del C…
 
Language Learners aren’t blank slates. They come with a wealth of knowledge that you can build on to support the acquisition of English language skills. There are many different school, board, and district models for supporting Multi Language Learners. How do you best transition from a withdrawal model for language learners to a fully integrated on…
 
In this episode, I'm sharing the lyrics to one of my favorite salsa songs: Todo tiene su final by Hector Lavoe and Willie Colón. You'll learn new vocabulary from the song lyrics and how to use possessives in Spanish. Enjoy! Show Notes: http://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/56 > LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW < Let us know how we're doing por favor! Leave…
 
1¢ per year of college?! Register early or get stuck with night school? In this episode, we explore what the Mexican education system, and what May and our Membership Manager Natalia’s experience was like going through it. Links: 080 - La Ciudad Más Bonita de México con Laura Barrón | The Most Beautiful City in Mexico with Laura Barron Spanish I…
 
Ever wondered about Rural Education and the unique challenges and opportunities faced by learners and educators in rural communities? With digital pedagogy being key to teaching through the pandemic, what has the impact on rural education been, and how has the pandemic helped or hindered learners from rural areas? On this evening's panel: Dr. Casey…
 
Learn how to use the word 'hay' in Spanish with the lyrics to the song La vida es un carnaval by Celia Cruz. We'll review several expressions that use hay from the song, and some ways you can incorporate them into your everyday conversations in Spanish. Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/82 > LEAVE US A RATING & REVIEW < Let us know h…
 
There’s a lot more going on with the Mexican flag than meets the eye. In this episode, we talk about some curious facts about Mexico’s flag, its evaluation, and what’s going on with the eagle eating a snake at the center of it all. Find out more in this episode. Links: 023 - La Independencia de México | Mexico's Independence 034 - La Revolución M…
 
Teaching history in today's world has become an important challenge. What are the skills that need to be taught to students and learned by educators? What are the tools through which we can both honour and interrogate the past and make learning history relevant and meaningful for the learners in our presence. Joining Noa Daniel for the conversation…
 
Almost everyone knows to count from 1 to 10 in Spanish--before they even learned the language. In this episode, we'll review useful vocabulary related to numbers in Spanish with the salsa song Conteo Regresivo by Gilberto Santa Rosa. Learn how to count from one to 1 million in this episode of the podcast, and some common expressions that use Spanis…
 
France, Italy, Argentina… These are some of the countries most people tend to think of when they think of a romantic getaway. But why not Mexico? We always say there’s something for everyone in Mexico, and there’s no shortage of romantic locations to visit just south of the U.S. border. In this episode, we explore Mexico’s top romantic locations, a…
 
Members of the original OnEdMentors broadcast community gather under the leadership of Derek Rhodenizer to reflect on how their teaching lives have evolved over the past five years, and how some of these insights might be helpful for teachers just beginning in the profession. Panelists include: Derek Rhodenizer (@DerekRhodenizer) Jonathan So (@MrSo…
 
Did you know there are 2 ways to say 'to know' in Spanish? In this week's episode you'll learn when to use the verbs saber and conocer with Latin music 🎶 Listen and learn how to figure out when to use each verb. > Did you like this episode? We'd love it if you gave us a rating & review on Apple Podcasts! Just click here to leave a review or go to h…
 
Feeling stuck? No matter what the skill you try to master, there comes a point for everyone where they plateau. It’s normal. But unless you’re determined to take action, you’ll probably just stay there. So if you want to get unstuck and overcome the dreaded plateau, this episode is for you. Links: Get $10 off your first month month of Baselang 065 …
 
Why are library spaces so important in schools? How do we make decisions about what books are part of school libraries, and what books should be removed? Tonight a panel of teacher librarians join host Noa Daniel to discuss this and more. Tonight’s panel includes: Jonelle St Aubyn @Ms_St_Aubyn Rabia Khokhar @Rabia_Khokhar1 Stephanie SIgner @mssigne…
 
Last week, I hosted a workshop on the 5 Simple Steps to Conversational Fluency. I asked those who attended what was keeping them from being fluent in Spanish, and the majority mentioned that they just aren't consistent with speaking Spanish. In the workshop, we talked about how consistency is the key to successfully reaching conversational fluency …
 
It was bound to happen. We got COVID-19. After two years of avoiding getting ill from the pandemic that has affected everyone’s lives, we too caught the bug. In this episode, we share our experience getting COVID-19 and overcoming the illness. Links: 007 - COVID-19 y el Futuro del Turismo | COVID-19 and the Future of Travel 019 - Reflexiones del Co…
 
I interviewed one of my students. His name is Alvin. He has been studying Japanese with me for more than 2 years. We talked about our online lessons and his learning history. Enjoy! 今回のエピソードはエピソード形式です。 僕の生徒でもある、アルビンに日本語学習について話しを聞きました。 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hiro-japanese/message…
 
A few months ago, Mike Mohammed tweeted out an image that got me thinking about tonight’s topic. Besides noting the role of mentorship, which is close to my heart and the impetus of our work at The Mentoree, he outlined elements that required unpacking. We are talking about the future of education and educational leadership on tonight’s #OnEdMentor…
 
Do you freeze up when talking to a native Spanish speaker? Is it hard to find someone to speak to in Spanish where you live? If you're struggling to reach conversational fluency in Spanish, or feel nervous about talking to native speakers, this episode is for you. Ryan shares his story about how he went from not knowing what to say during his first…
 
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