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This white paper, created in partnership with Getting Smart®, examines the challenges handcuffing American educators as they strive to instill global competency in graduates, and offers research-based vision for bringing American students into line with their foreign peers, including an examination of available instructional technology.

Did You Know?

According to the Council on Foreign Relations, “The global economy is shifting away from the English-speaking world.” Meanwhile, one in three American companies plan to increase the number of foreign-born employees they hire.

When you download the white paper, you’ll understand:

  • If 97% of educators believe culture and language are critical to global competency, what’s keeping American students from being globally competitive?
  • What role could blended instruction, using technology in the classroom and elearning tools play in addressing the culture and language gap in K-12 schools?
  • What strengths and opportunities do American educators have that make new classroom technology solutions advantageous to blended education?
  • How does gamification using school technology make the blended learning model more effective in teaching world languages?
  • What blended learning best practices have educators already implemented successfully with world language learners, specifically by integrating technology in the classroom?

Recognizing the technology and learning benefits for foreign language instruction in the blended classroom, this research-based white paper presents a clear vision for the next generation in world language learning. Take the time to download and read “The Next Generation of World Language Learning.”

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“The Next Generation of World Language Learning.”

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