Last Words: The World’s Dying and Disappearing Languages | PART 1

There are currently just under 7,000 languages. But UNESCO estimates that only half of them will exist by the end of the 21st century. The various languages ​​ensure cultural biodiversity and significantly shape the identity of a culture. But what happens to a culture when a language disappears? And what can be done about extinction? Continue reading Last Words: The World’s Dying and Disappearing Languages | PART 1

How iTranslate is used in over 50 schools worldwide and why teachers, parents and students benefit

It’s no secret that consumer tech is taking over the classroom. Devices like the iPad are heavily marketed toward students, schoolteachers and administrators, because they are perfectly optimised for school use. When used in the right ways, apps and software … Continue reading How iTranslate is used in over 50 schools worldwide and why teachers, parents and students benefit