“Ve!” me gritó el viento; Con las fuerzas de mil Abuelas, I don’t know If they meant “ve”-go Or “ve”-see; I intend to do both By Guadalupe Mercedes Muñoz Moroyoqui
The first-ever Translanguaging Institute in the U.S. was held on June 8th and 9th in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Close to 100 educators, administrators, and researchers participated in the inaugural event.
Translanguaging is a relatively new term that has gained popularity in recent years, especially in the field of education. It refers to a language practice in which multilingual individuals use
This month, DualLanguageSchools.org set out on a quest to further understand translanguaging and provide research on either side of the concept. We were pleased to learn about a recent grant
Translanguaging is a dynamic process in which multilingual language users utilize their language systems to make meaning and to develop cooperation amongst languages. Translanguaging involves language production, functions, and thought