Gus on the Go Blog
Hear from fellow parents and educators around the world share their experiences and their best tips on raising multilingual and future global citizens.
Those of you that have peeked at our family language diagrams on the Meet Team Gus page, will notice that my wife and I are raising Baby J trilingual – English, German, and Hebrew. This is not an easy task in our situation. But before we get to that, let’s quickly discuss the methods.read more
Aimee Thompson is a Chicago mom raising two world citizens. She is a blogger, freelance writer and communications consultant. Through her blog, Raising World Citizens (www.RaisingWorldCitizens.com), Aimee chronicles her efforts to open her sons’ eyes, hearts and minds to the people, places and cultures of the world.read more
Audrey Misiano teaches French and Spanish using AIM Language Learning to 7th and 8th grade students in Central New York. She has a BA in French Language and a Masters in French Literature, and was a Fulbright Scholar teacher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles where she also studied Spanish. Audrey enjoys incorporating technology into her classroom and loves sharing what she knows.read more
requently burning the midnight oil with a mug of coffee, Thien-Kim Lam is a mother, business owner and general crafty gal. As a first generation Vietnamese-American born and raised in Louisiana, she’s fielded more than her share of racial questions, especially now that she’s the mother of two half Vietnamese, half African-American children.read more
Bee is a cookbook author, recipe developer and also runs the largest Asian recipe website with over 750 delicious recipes and mouthwatering food photography. She strives to teach her 4 year old son to be multi-lingual in Asian languages such as Mandarin Chinese. She understands that the fastest way to immerse into a new culture and language is through its food and travel. We invited Bee to chat with us about raising her future global citizen.read more