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Tagged with “development” (10)

  1. Radiolab: Words


    It’s almost impossible to imagine a world without words. But in this hour of Radiolab, we try to do just that. We speak to a woman who taught a 27-year-old man the first words of his life, and we hear a firsthand account of what it feels like to have the language center of your brain wiped out by a stroke.

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  2. Sugata Mitra | Hole in the Wall

    In our monthly tech round-up, we talk about the latest developments in professor Sugata Mitra’s Hole in the Wall project (pictured). Find out what happens when you let kids in a Delhi slum figure out a computer all by themselves. We also talk about Facebook’s half-a-billion users, and about how you use technology to make sense of information during times of crisis. (Screengrab from the Hole in the Wall website)


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  3. Greg Mortenson speech about building schools in Afghanistan

    Bestselling author of ‘Three Cups of Tea’, Greg Mortenson, was invited to the San Francisco Bay Area by the Fremont chapter of the American Association of…


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  4. rod Ellis on Task Based Instruction

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  5. Identity and Language Learning

    Bonnie Norton on this important part of learning a language

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  6. Secrets My Applied Linguist Told Me

    Andrew Cohen on some thoughts about language and acquisition of a second

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  7. Professional Development - Rapport with Jeremy Harmer

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  8. Proust and the Squid - Maryanne Wolf

    Brain science podcast and interview with Maryanne Wolf - how the brain processes language.

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  9. What makes a great teacher?

    Discussion and panel with audience comments about "their favorite teacher" and why.

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  10. The Critical Early Years of Language Development: You Can’t Say What you Don’t Hear

    Dr. Anna Meyer, UCSF Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology, explores how hearing and speech develop and why the early years are so critical.


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