Every year International Women’s Day has a new theme. This year’s is #EmbraceEquity. Here’s what equity means and how you can talk about it in English.
How do you describe the indescribable feelings of profound shock, worry, anxiety, or grief in English? If you’re struggling with how to put words to your experiences and express strong feelings in English, this lesson will help.
How to talk about racism, discrimination, equality, or social justice in English? Are you struggling with how to find the right words? In this lesson, you’ll get resources and the vocabulary you need to share your thoughts and have meaningful, healthy conversations in English.
Teach and work online. Use these 5 tools to effectively communicate, have meaningful interactions and stay organized for teaching online and telework.
Now, more than ever, we need to stay socially, mentally, and emotionally healthy. With more time at home — isolated from our family, friends, and coworkers — here is how you can stay connected with resources for increased time at home and online.
The coronavirus is worrisome and stressful, but what shouldn’t be stressful is knowing how to talk about it if you need to have conversations with friends, family members or coworkers, and especially if you need to have conversations in English with medical professionals.