Self-monitoring: How can we challenge the brightest?
June 13, 2013
A recent Ofsted report asks whether the most able students are doing as well as they should in secondary school. This poses the question: What is the best way to respond to the individual learning needs of students in the classroom today? [...]
Oui, je le veux. Ja, ich will. Sì, quiero
May 14, 2013
With the wedding season around the corner, Rosetta Stone asked bilingual couples about the role of languages in their relationship. Today, almost one in three children born in England and Wales have at least one foreign-born parent. [...]
To all mums: It's time to invest in yourself!
March 8, 2013
Today is International Women's Day and we celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. There is one group of women that does the most important job of all: Mums, and their day, Mother's Day, is on Sunday. To all mums: do not think about the school run, helping with homework or what you have for dinner today. It's time to invest in yourself! [...]
‘I rove you, but sometimes I ate you' – Bridging the Language Barrier for Love
February 12, 2013
Across Europe, on average, one in 12 married persons wasin bi-lingual marriages, between 2008-2010. The number of multi-cultural marriages is growing almost everywhere. In 25 of 30 countries surveyed, the number of bilingual couples from 2008-2010 exceeded those between 2005-2007. Love is "going global". We asked Wendy Williams, author of the book "The Globalisation of Love" about the role languages play in this new societal trend: [...]