by Russell Scott Valentino
20 July 2009
In my first post, I suggested that translators’ efforts in the sphere of education might have a transformative effect on the understanding and appreciation of the work of translation. In my second, I focused on the domain of foreign language teaching as one place where such efforts might bear fruit. Several people commented and asked questions about these posts, and I promise to respond to their questions in a subsequent post. But first… Continue Reading in Thinks you can Think.
On the motivation to study a foreign language… Mostly I was motivated by my personal relationships/friendships with my Spanish teachers throughout Waldorf [Education]. They were always people who inspired and challenged me.
Ian Pollard Student at the University of Texas at Austin
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In addition, her broad perspective has been invaluable in improving our ability to remain focused for both the immediate and longer term needs of our organization. Her ability to subjectively compartmentalize our strengths and weaknesses has been invaluable in aiding our continued focus on fulfilling our mission.
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