Getting Spanish Teachers Ready to Go Back to School

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Online video tutorial series prepares elementary Spanish instructors for classroom success. A new training video on how to teach Spanish to children demonstrates strategies that are proven highly successful. Fun and easy techniques for second language instruction that really work.

Whether you are a new teacher or a seasoned instructor, these tutorials will give you a high level of comfort and confidence to succeed with your class

With fall just a few months away, schools, teachers and major retailers are all gearing up for the coming school year. How can elementary Spanish teachers ensure they're ready to lead a thriving classroom? Sube, the curriculum for teaching Spanish through art, music and games (http://www.sube.com), answers that question with its new online video tutorial series. The videos provide an in-depth guide to using the Sube curriculum to teach with skill and confidence from day one.

Schools that face teacher turnover or that have expansion plans can use the videos as a fast and effective system for training new teachers. Teachers already using Sube will discover in the tutorials valuable tips for more effective language learning.

"Whether you are a new teacher or a seasoned instructor, these tutorials will give you a high level of comfort and confidence to succeed with your class," said Agnes Chavez, founder of Sube. "These videos, together with Sube's included step-by-step printed instructions, makes it easier than ever to use our proven curriculum."

Filmed before a group of teachers via live videoconference, the tutorials put viewers face-to-face with an experienced teacher and expert on the Sube system. The video is divided into sections, giving detailed instructions on key activities from the Sube curriculum. Once purchased, the video sections are available for unlimited re-viewing.

The video tutorials are designed to benefit children's language instructors of all stripes, whether they are teaching in an elementary school or are launching their own after-school program (https://www.sube.com/home/sube-classrooms/). The tutorials may be especially useful for expanding programs that need to fast track new teachers into the classroom setting.

The Sube Video Tutorial is hosted online and can be viewed from any computer with web access. Teachers can purchase the video by visiting the website or emailing.

A sample tutorial is now available on the sube.com website at https://www.sube.com/home/sube-community/product-support/web-training-workshops/sube-flashcard-game.

About Sube, Inc.
Based in Taos, N.M., Sube Inc. (http://www.sube.com) was founded in 1996 by Agnes Chavez to create innovative and effective ways to teach language and cultural diversity in schools, communities and homes. The name Sube, which means "to go up" in Spanish, is a reflection of her desire to elevate children's knowledge to prepare them for future success.

Today, the company produces a line of multimedia products that empower teachers and parents to teach Spanish or English as a second language by incorporating research-based teaching methods into art, music and games. The company's vision is predicated on the belief that learning more than one language gives children a global awareness crucial to their success in the world today.

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