Hello everyone! My name is Dyana, and I want to welcome you to the Biliteracy Now Podcast. My podcast will include tips, ideas, and issues surrounding bilingual education.
Thank you for joining me on this journey!
Tips and Advice for Distance Learning
Looking for some quick tips and advice on distance learning? This 10-minute episode will remind you of what to prioritize as you navigate this unique school year!
Imposter Syndrome as a Bilingual Educator
In this episode I talk about Imposter Syndrome, what triggers it for me, and how I found a way to remind myself that I deserve to be successful as a bilingual educator.
Read Alouds in a Bilingual Classroom
Join my conversation with my dear friend, Jennifer, as we talk about how she makes time for a daily read aloud in her dual language classroom. I hope you walk away feeling motivated, inspired, and willing to challenge yourself as a bilingual educator!
From a Fellow Bilingual Educator
In this episode, I interview mi amiga, Cristina, from Bilingual Adventures. She discusses her experience as a bilingual educator, her likes and dislikes, where she sees herself in five years, tips for other bilingual educators, and her work with social justice. You don't want to miss it!
First Year Mistakes?
We all have those first year of teaching mistakes, right? In this episode I share the things I did my first year of teaching that probably weren't the best decisions for me! I hope after listening to this episode, you'll see that we've all been there. The goal is to do better once we know better.
Want some tips on classroom management? Listen to this 10-minute episode for some quick tips!
4th Spanish Dual Immersion Maestra
I am over the moon thrilled to see this! Nuestros estudiantes son el futuro
I am fairly new to the bilingual education world so I was super happy to find Biliteracy Now on Instagram. I was even happier to learn about this podcast!
*Update because I’m catching up on episodes (May 26, 2020)
I just listened to the episode on Imposter Syndrome and I love how it put my feelings into words. I am so grateful for Dyana because she doesn’t hold back and it has helped me improve so much as an educator.
I’ve been following Biliteracy Now for about half a year now and absolutely love all she has to say! Dyana is super honest and real. This last episode on IS was on point and had me reflecting in how I think about my abilities not only as a teacher but in my everyday life. Thank you for the suggestions on writing down things I am great at and keeping them as a reminder!