LanguageBird® Greatly Helps Learners with Language and Cultural Immersion

Dr. Karyn A. Koven, the Founder and President of LanguageBird, which is committed to building a community that inspires learners to reach and achieve their goals of mastering a world language joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Karyn A. Koven discuss the following:

  1. How did you come to found LanguageBird?
  2. Who does LanguageBird benefit?
  3. How did the acceptance of remote learning during the pandemic accelerate your business?
  4. How is LanguageBird different than other online language programs?
  5. What are some of the most interesting trends you are seeing with LanguageBird students?

LanguageBird® was founded and is directed by Dr. Karyn A. Koven. Curriculum building, best practices in college counseling, teaching and articulation with universities across the world has been her niche specialty for nearly two decades. Dr. Koven has been a high school administrator, counselor and teacher. She has visited over 100 colleges domestically and internationally and has helped thousands of students get admitted to the top universities in the world.

World language courses are required for acceptance into four-year colleges however, in her experience, she witnessed a lack of options for her own students and online courses for world language learning simply do not work as well without the conversation component and a teacher interacting spontaneously with the student. She believes firmly that learning a language requires constant interaction and speaking not just listening and repeating.

LanguageBird® was born from the concept of providing live instruction from high quality teachers but with the convenience of an online classroom. The goal is for students to have high quality, personalized, standards-based, college-preparatory world language classes anywhere -even out of their own home.

Dr. Koven earned her undergraduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from UCLA.


Social Media Links:

People also listened to this: Remote Work Is Here to Stay. Here’s How to Make It More Human

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Scroll to Top