ISTE | Don’t let language barriers hinder global learning
Lindsay offers these four tips for creating better intercultural communication: Use clear, global language. Use alternative language for better understanding. Do not expect colloquial sayings and local phrases to be understood without explanation. Question actively for intercultural understanding. From the book 'The Global Educator' pubished by ISTE 2016
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Sunday, February 25, 2018
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