Elementary Spanish Curriculum Shares Valuable Language Learning News, Resources and Ideas via Twitter

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Elementary Spanish curriculum provider joins the growing community of educators, parents and organizations on Twitter that are dedicated to teaching children a second language.

Sube, the Elementary Spanish curriculum for teaching children Spanish through art, music and games, has joined the language learning and teaching community on Twitter. http://www.twitter.com/sube. Sube employs the social media site to share the best resources related to children's second language education, and to connect with others who are interested in the subject.

"Twitter is a fantastic venue for sharing with and learning from the foreign language learning community," said Agnes Chavez, founder of Sube. "We enjoy engaging the community and providing valuable links and resources. "

Since becoming active on Twitter, Sube has regularly posted links to blogs, news, research and other information sources that are beneficial to its followers. Sube also makes a point to get involved and correspond with members of the Twitter community.

"I personally love to read through the great resources that are posted daily. We encourage others to follow us and get involved," said Chavez.

Sube can be found on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/sube.

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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