Remote Language Learning Resources
As the world confronts the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), our thoughts are with everyone affected. Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our global staff, instructors and community of language learners. We are also here to deliver the best online instruction, offering some helpful language learning services and resources for all to use in this time of crisis.
LanguageBird bridges people across the world together.
When social distancing is required and interaction is limited, LanguageBird bridges people across the world together. During this time, we are fully online, and are conducting classes as usual without any interruption. We have open enrollment for our one to one lessons and courses for credit, and we are here to help any students who wish to continue their learning while schools are closed or with modified schedules..
LanguageBird also will provide a place for all students to learn and we are therefore now opening up several resources to ALL students, anywhere.
Language Resource Library
Our curated resource library, a compilation of the best online language learning resources in the world will now be accessible to ALL from our website.
Language Learning Blogs
With tips and tricks for learning languages as well as cultural articles are shared with our community can be accessed on our website.
Chirp Room™ Chat Rooms
Provides an opportunity for students to gather in a chat room live to practice speaking a target language with other students and a LanguageBird instructor as a moderator. It’s a social opportunity in a world now that is isolating. Schools can partner with LanguageBird or groups of students, friends and/or families of all ages to form an online group for enrichment or just for fun!
5-minute videos starring our expert instructors breaking down into “bites” the most common and most challenging concepts in their language and sharing culture.
A new series of 30-minute talk shows to explore the language and culture of LanguageBird teachers around the globe.