October 14, 2016

A Bilingual Child with Monolingual Parents

For many of us, this is the reality of having a child who is learning a foreign language. You send your child to an awesome immersion program, only to find that they’re the only non-Asian student there...
October 10, 2016

Leave It to the Babes – How Babies Learn Language

A psychology professor at the University of British Columbia, Dr. Janet Werker, dedicates her studies to understanding how babies recognize language, and how that perception can shape their learning.
October 6, 2016

Language and Self-Esteem – Does It Help

Your child is learning a second language. It’s exciting. It’s engaging. And, it’s isolating. Isolating? The problem is that there are times when your child feels like the odd kid out, or is told that they don’t sound like a native speaker.
October 3, 2016

Bring the World Into Your Home

You started this whole thing so that your child would in fact (or at least someday) be bilingual. That said, bringing the culture into your home is a key part of the learning process.