A Guide to Diversity in the Classroom Infographic

Posted by Dynamic Language Jul 14, 2017

 

Simply put, "diversity" refers to the fact that everyone in a classroom is unique. Students may come from different cultural backgrounds, their families may face varying economic circumstances, or they may have different religious beliefs. Even with similar backgrounds, however, individual students may read at different levels or be more athletic than others. No matter how much common ground students share, each one has a unique personality. The challenge for the classroom teacher: Recognize these differences and create an environment where everyone has the opportunity to learn while also respecting one another. 

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Topics: education

Cultural Awareness in the Classroom: An Invitation to Families

Posted by Dynamic Language Jun 14, 2017

Elementary school teachers are often concerned that their young students are entering the classroom without enough of an understanding, respect, and tolerance for cultural differences. Many people believe that lessons taught on the importance of diversity at the primary grade level in America will create awareness, and help foster a lasting respect for multiculturalism. Respect and knowledge of others’ diversity lends itself to a well-rounded education, and eventually, to more well-rounded people. 

 

 

 

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Topics: education

5 Tips for Parent-Teacher Conferences with Bilingual Families

Posted by Dynamic Language May 22, 2017

When it is time to plan for parent-teacher conferences, you may have concerns regarding how well you'll be able to communicate with the parents of your ESL students. The following are five important steps to follow for holding effective parent-teacher conferences with bilingual families.

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Topics: education

Universities that are Marketing Internationally

Posted by Dynamic Language Mar 6, 2017

The United States is a global leader in education, as evidenced by the steady increase in international applications to American colleges and universities. Research from the Institute of International Education shows a 10 percent increase of international students studying in the U.S. during the 2014/2015 school year for a total of nearly 1 million scholars. Chinese students make up the largest group of international students, though there is a growing number coming from India.

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Topics: Transcreation, Localization, Marketing, Education Industry, education

Universities Seeking International Students

Posted by Dynamic Language Feb 6, 2017

With nearly 975,000 international undergraduates enrolling each year in American universities alone, it’s worth getting familiar with those universities seeking international students around the globe– and learning just how they go about it. Here are 8 universities across the globe that are taking a proactive stance on reaching out to prospective international students.

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Topics: Marketing, education

5 Ways to Help Struggling English Language Learners

Posted by Dynamic Language Jan 9, 2017

English is often considered a difficult language to learn. Even bright students can struggle to master concepts and retain new ways to process language. There are several ways to help struggling English language learners.Here are 5 tips for teachers to help them out in a culturally diverse classroom.

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Topics: education

Tips for Teaching In a Culturally Diverse Classroom

Posted by Dynamic Language Sep 29, 2016

As the 2016-2017 school year goes into full swing, many teachers are faced with the challenge of discovering ways to connect with culturally diverse students and their families to ensure scholastic success.  There are many factors at school that affect the success of culturally diverse students – the school's atmosphere and overall attitudes toward diversity, involvement and support of the community, and a culturally responsive curriculum, to name a few. Of all of these factors, the personal and academic relationships between teachers and their students may be the most influential.  As a result, teachers from across the nation have shared insight on what has helped foster their relationships with a culturally diverse classroom.

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Topics: education

Guide to Written Language Services Infographic

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 22, 2016

It is critical that companies choose the appropriate language service when opting to translate a product or service or your website for different countries and regions.  Dynamic Language offers translation, localization and transcreation services.  No particular service type is "better" than another.  Rather, each is appropriate for varying circumstances.

Let’s take a quick look at when is the most appropriate time to utilize each written language service type. 

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Topics: Website Localization, Localization, Translation, Marketing, Technology, Retail, Global Market, Infographic, Legal, education, manufacturing, life-science

Transcript Translation Guidelines You Should Know

Posted by Dynamic Language Jul 8, 2016

 

An accurate translation of a diploma is essential when you apply to get a job or to attend a school in another country.

In our 30+ years of experience translating transcripts we put together 3 tips you may find helpful before choosing a translation company.

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Topics: transcript translation, education, academic

Multilingual College Marketing: Making Your Value Proposition Clear

Posted by Dynamic Language Jun 7, 2016

U.S. universities are seeing a record influx of international students. According to the"2015 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange", the number of international students at U.S. colleges and universities had the highest rate of growth in 35 years, increasing by ten percent to a record high of 974,926 students in the 2014-2015 academic year.


Enrollment of international students hit a record high in
the 2014-2015 academic year.


With almost one million international students enrolled at institutions of higher learning, is your university doing everything possible to attract international students? Do your recruiting efforts include a strong emphasis on providing multilingual and multicultural support for international students and their families?

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Topics: Interpretation, Translation, International Markets, education