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June 21, 2019
Integrating Technology into the World Language Classroom

According to Rosetta Stone, only 18% of K-12 students study a world language - at a time when today's students face a global future where language skills and global competency will have direct impact on career success. Parents , however, place a high value on language learning, with 57% believing that speaking another language is […]

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May 16, 2019
CASE STUDY: Rosetta Stone - Academy for International Education

The Academy for International Education (AIE), Miami-Dade County School District, needed a language-learning program to build bilingualism among all students through focusing on biliteracy in their native language. AIE wanted to combine technology with pedagogy for a blended solution that would drive success of the program. Through independent study in designated computer labs, students were […]

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April 15, 2019
Infographic: Investing in English Language Learning - Benefits for Business

English Language Learning (ELL) gives business a new way to improve productivity, collaboration, and ultimately, profitability. This infographic from Rosetta Stone shows how ELL can improve important KPI’s for your business, as well as key considerations for your organisation’s ELL implementation. Want to learn more about implementing ELL in your organisation?  Find out more about […]

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March 20, 2019
How to Involve Parents for Greater English Learner Success

Technology-enabled language learning can help EL parents with limited English proficiency improve their communication skills, empowering them to form stronger bonds with teachers, support their children’s academic outcomes and strengthen social and community bonds. According to Rosetta Stone, research shows that nearly all K-12 teachers want parents to participate more in classroom activities. The reverse […]

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February 26, 2019
CASE STUDY: Rosetta Stone & Aspen Skiing Company

Aspen Skiing Company, headquartered in Aspen, Colorado, is internationally recognised for their on and off-slope activities. Keeping with their globally-minded marketplace approach, Aspen Skiing company believed that equipping employees with language skills was critical to business success. To support effective employee language learning, they wanted an online language solution that was accessible anytime, anywhere. Aspen […]

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February 7, 2019
5 Ways Technology Can Improve Language Learning in K-12

There are also lots of advantages of integrating technology into your language education programs. Here are our top 5: The use of technology in schools is on the rise According to a report published last year by Dell Technologies, 85 per cent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven't even been invented yet. […]

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January 17, 2019
3 Effective Steps to Get Language Students Talking

Language is meant to be spoken, and that requires plenty of practice. Getting students talking from day 1 will prepare them to speak for themselves, anywhere their new language takes them. Here are 3 steps teachers can take to build students' speaking confidence using Rosetta Stone's language learning technology. 1. Let students dive into language […]

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December 12, 2018
World Language Skills for the Global Stage

For business' competing on a global stage, ensuring employees and managers are world language proficient is a must. According to a survey of corporate language learners, language training increases employee and customer retention, boosts employee engagement, and enhances workforce development. The same survey found that: 70% of language learners are more confident working with teams, […]

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November 23, 2018
CASE STUDY: Rosetta Stone & Sydney Catholic Schools

Sydney Catholic Schools believed that new language-learning opportunities would further develop students' literacy and critical thinking skills. Some of their primary students used their native language other that English, while other students were native English speakers whose family heritage had cultural ties to a world language. Sydney Catholic Schools did not have the capacity to […]

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