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Videos

Watch these short videos to learn more about our digital K-12 language learning courses.

Middlebury Interactive Digital Language Courses Video

World Language Course Offerings Overview

Watch this video for a quick tour of our digital world language courses for K-12 students.

ELL Course Overview

Watch a guided ELL course overview.

Homeschool World Language Curriculum

Digital Homeschool Language Curriculum Overview

Immersive K-12 world language courses in Spanish, French, Chinese and German start students on a path to bilingualism.

Middlebury Interactive Elementary School Language Courses Video

Elementary School Language Courses

Watch this video for a quick tour of our digital world language courses for elementary school students.

Middlebury Interactive Middle School Digital Language Courses Video

Middle School Language Courses

Watch this video for a quick tour of our digital world language courses for middle school students.

High School Language Course Video

High School Language Courses

Watch this video for a quick tour of our digital world language courses for high school students.

Baltimore City Public Schools Students at Computer

Baltimore County Public Schools Success Story

See how the district is using Middlebury Interactive's courses to introduce world language learning to elementary students.

ELL MIL Course Example

ELL Curriculum Overview

Our engaging ELL curriculum aligns with Common Core and correlates with WIDA standards to help close the achievement gap.

Karly Student Coventry School

Karly Testimonial, Coventry Village School

“I speak English and I'm learning French. I have some family members that are French. And it's fun.”

Matthew Baughman Principal Coventry School

Matthew Baughman Testimonial, Coventry Village School

“A benefit—aside from learning language—is that it’s teaching students to collaborate in a digital environment.”

Melissa Souliere Teacher Coventry School

Melissa Souliere Testimonial, Coventry Village School

“I try to incorporate French in math class, in social studies class, and any other times that I see the kids.”