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How Language Learning Can Work Offline

We often get asked, “Isn't Rosetta Stone only online?” Learn about our offline Classroom Builders and Supplemental Materials! While Rosetta Stone Foundations can successfully be implemented as a standalone, computer-only program, we can offer you more if you want! Did you know we have over 10,000 pages of supplemental materials? Attend this webinar and learn about what all those pieces are, how they could work in your classroom, and how to decide what would be useful to you! Our Training Team Lead, Melanie Rogers, will provide you an overview, and even spend some time discussing the creation of blended lesson plans.
Recorded Nov 13 2017 58 mins
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  • Trainer's Corner: Avoiding the Summer Slump May 8 2019 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    The year is coming to a close and we don't want to lose the language learning momentum over the summer! Learn about successful strategies that other organizations have used to keep learners moving forward during the hot summer months.
  • Trainer's Corner: Maximizing Offline Activities in the Language Classroom Apr 10 2019 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    Did you know we have over 10,000 pages of materials that you can use with your students offline? We will review what is available, and how to incorporate some of these resources into your classrooms. While we often think of Rosetta Stone as being only available on the computers, for our education clients, we have teachers' guides, workbooks, flash cards, storybook activities and more!
  • Trainer's Corner: Meet Rosetta Stone's Multilingual Employees Mar 13 2019 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    Last year, our panel of multilingual Rosetta Stone employees was one of the most popular webinars. This year, we have a fresh group of multilingual employees eager to share their story and career path with you!
  • Trainer's Corner: Supporting EL Newcomers and Families Feb 13 2019 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    We have some resources to share with you to help ease the transition to English and the United States for your newcomer students. In addition to resources, we also want to share strategies for family engagement and ways to help your students find success.
  • Trainer's Corner: Keeping the Motivation Going Jan 9 2019 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    It's a new year! After the holiday break, sometimes it's hard to get back in the groove. We've got some strategies to share to help you and your students get excited about language learning in 2019! We'll share some no-cost and low-cost things to do to prepare for the rest of the school year.
  • Trainer's Corner: Reviewing Learner Data and Grading Dec 12 2018 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    Students may be diligently working on their computers, but what are they actually doing? Our reports provide you a wealth of data about students' progress, and success within Rosetta Stone. Today learn about the different reports you can run, and what all that data means once you run the reports! We'll discuss red flags, positive trends, and what teachers should be looking for (and what you can ignore!)
  • Including Language Learning in your Professional Development Paths Recorded: Nov 13 2018 52 mins
    Debra Crockett
    Are you tasked with putting together your 2019 professional development plans? We'll discuss how to incorporate language learning as part of your overall learning programs.
  • Trainer's Corner: Supporting Adult English Learners Recorded: Nov 7 2018 56 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    The population of English Learners is always growing, and that includes adult English Learners! We will talk about some of the challenges when working with adult populations, as well as success stories and successful strategies.
  • How Language Learning Creates Opportunities for South Carolina’s K-12 Students Recorded: Oct 30 2018 59 mins
    Mohamed Abdel Kadel, Josh Wittrock, Dr. Cynthia Cash-Greene, Amy Thomson | Hosted by Rosetta Stone Education
    South Carolina educators—in partnership with the state’s business leaders, policymakers, parents, and others—are transforming K-12 instruction to better prepare students for success in college, career, and life. A key component of this effort, guided in part by the state Department of Education’s South Carolina Profile of a Graduate, calls for every student to master multiple languages and develop a global perspective before graduation.

    Research shows that language learning offers students:
    - Increased opportunities for personal and academic growth
    - Exposure to new cultures and viewpoints
    - Stronger preparation for college and career success

    During this one-hour session, which includes Q&A time, we’ll discuss the benefits of language learning, its impact on society, and why it is critical for all K-12 students in South Carolina.

    Our expert panelists are:
    - Mohamed Abdel-Kader, executive director of the Stevens Initiative at the Aspen Institute and former deputy assistant secretary for international and foreign language education for the U.S. Department of Education under President Barack Obama
    - Josh Wittrock, principal at Orchard Park Elementary School in the Oconee County School District
    - Dr. Cynthia Cash-Greene, chief instructional services officer at Orangeburg School District 5
    - Amy G. Thomson, director of international strategy and trade for South Carolina’s Department of Commerce


    Working in together, we can create school systems that provide more equitable learning solutions for all of South Carolina’s students.

    Reserve Your Spot Today!
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    Louise Walker
    Hear from the Rosetta Stone Return on Language Learning team on best practices for proving the value of language learning (and other eLearning programs) to the leadership team.
  • Trainer's Corner: Common Tech Challenges and How to Fix Them Recorded: Oct 17 2018 54 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    We know that technology can be challenging to implement in the classroom. Your days move quickly, so we want to take some time to provide you with our top tips & tricks to troubleshoot and solve technology problems while using Rosetta Stone. We'll talk about headsets!
  • Trainer's Corner #5: Advocating for Language Training Recorded: Sep 26 2018 51 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Louise Walker
    In many organizations, language learning is a "nice to have" perk for employees. However, learning a new language impacts business results, including increasing employee retention, global expansion, and promoting collaboration, diversity & inclusion. Hear from the Return on Language Learning team on the benefits of improving communication in the workplace.
  • Trainer's Corner: Meet the K-12 Training Team Recorded: Sep 12 2018 51 mins
    Rosetta Stone Training Team
    Our Training Team is ready to help you learn more about Rosetta Stone, and share their favorite things about our products, and working with our clients. Join us for a Q&A session to kick off the school year!
  • Employee retention: Language training makes workers want to stay Recorded: Sep 6 2018 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Jack Marmorstein, Chris Brotherson
    Global organizations are recognizing the massive cost of employee turnover. L&D leaders are, in turn, investing more in employee development to drive increases in employee engagement and retention. From implementing English language training for hourly workers, or advanced English for limited English proficiency (LEP) employees looking to advance in a business setting, to offering world language training for global managers, L&D leaders are offering language learning to increase engagement and retain colleagues.
    A recent Rosetta Stone study reports that 80% of employees who participated in language training felt more positively towards their employer, and 66% felt more engaged with their work. In some organizations, employers have been able to attribute a 19% reduction in employee turnover to language learning. Join this webinar to see how this could look within your organization.
    You’ll Learn:
    •Opportunities within a global organization to improve employee retention with language learning programs
    •The benefits of mobile/technology-based learning and live tutoring as a combined approach
    •Success stories from organizations that improved their retention rates with language
    •What a language learning program looks like within a global organization
  • How can Admins Support Their Learners? Recorded: Jun 28 2018 46 mins
    Rosetta Stone Client Services Team
    Join us to hear about successful Rosetta Stone programs and how they achieved their goals thanks to high learner engagement. We will talk about what they do to drive learners to the program, keep usage up, and what they’ve learned along the way.
  • Engaging and Motivating Adult English Learners Recorded: Jun 21 2018 58 mins
    Amber Goodall, ESOL Coordinator, & Jerry Perkins, Lead ESOL Instructor, at South Piedmont Community College
    Adult English Learners (EL) make up 40 percent of the U.S. adult education population, and this group is projected to keep growing. These learners—many with limited English proficiency—must speak with confidence at work and beyond. Accelerating English learning for adults boosts their chances of securing better jobs, integrating into their communities, and improving their lives.

    Targeted courses and job-training programs show promising results in preparing adult ELs for the workforce. But there may not be enough of these programs to support the expanding need. Technology may be the best solution for reaching more learners, improving retention rates, and increasing success.

    Join us for the webinar, “Engaging and Motivating Adult English Learners,” on June 21, 2018, at 3 p.m. EST. During this one-hour session, Amber Goodall, ESOL Coordinator, and Jerry Perkins, Lead ESOL Instructor, from South Piedmont Community College in North Carolina, will share how the school’s adult education program increased engagement, motivation, and access outside of the classroom. They will alsol offer tips for supporting adult EL needs and measuring the impact and value of adult education programs.

    Join us on June 21, 2018, at 3 p.m. EST and learn:
    • Why it’s important to provide language learning opportunities for adults
    • How to create an ideal adult learning environment
    • How to keep adult learners engaged and motivated

    Register today!
  • Let's Wrap This Year: Keep Rosetta Stone Alive Over the Summer Recorded: May 10 2018 49 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Lead Trainer at Rosetta Stone
    You've made it through the year! Our Training Team Lead wants to help you review the past school year and wrap up the year! It's important that learners don't stop learning, so we'll also review some ways to keep Rosetta Stone active over the summer months. Everyone will be ready to start next year and achieve more!
  • Language Teachers and Digital Literacy Skills Recorded: Apr 25 2018 49 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Lead Trainer at Rosetta Stone
    Technology has changed the way teachers interact with their students, and how they teach! We'll review some important digital skills every teacher needs to know, and share some educational resources to make you more efficient, productive and maybe even ahead of your students!
  • Trainer's Corner #3: I'm so busy! What are some Rosetta Stone best practices? Recorded: Apr 24 2018 57 mins
    Maria Warner
    It seems that we never have enough time in each day to do all we need to do, and adding learning a new language sometimes seems impossible. We have found that consistency is critical in learning a new language and we will share some best practices to help you find the time in your hectic life to meet your goal of language learning.
  • Rosetta Stone Polyglots Team Recorded: Mar 14 2018 60 mins
    Melanie Rogers, Training Team Lead at Rosetta Stone
    Join us for this opportunity to meet some of Rosetta Stone’s employees who are true polyglots. They speak multiple languages fluently, as well as a couple more not-quite-fluently. Rosetta Stone’s Roxana Nabavian, Leslie Perez, and Andrea Sabins will share some of their stories, as well as thoughts about language learning.
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