The UCLA International Institute promotes a wide variety of programs to connect with and serve varied constituencies in metropolitan Los Angeles and well beyond. Our mission is to help meet a national need for knowledge and expertise about our complex world and the U.S. role within it, and to promote global citizenship and life-long learning.
July 23-27, 2012 - Professional development opportunity for K-12 educators interested in incorporating Latin American themes into their curriculum.
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Teaching Heritage Languages: An Online Workshop
Two self-paced online tutorials designed for teachers of world and heritage languages.
Language Tutors promote listening comprehension skills and proficiency in Azeri, Turkish, and Iraqi Arabic. While the tutors are aimed at university students and educators, the culturally nuanced lessons are useful to learners from various fields and backgrounds. Produced by the Center for Near Eastern Studies with funds from the U.S. Department of Education/IEPS, and the support of the UCLA International Institute.