Spanish teachers can benefit from specialized tools to help them assign and grade homework, track students’ progress, assess classes, and more. Here are my favorite online learning sites that offer dedicated tools and spaces for teachers.
Progress with Lawless Spanish is an adaptive, test-driven Spanish learning system that will help you learn more efficiently.
There’s nothing like living in a Spanish-speaking country to really kick your learning into high gear. While taking group classes can be an excellent experience, a one-to-one homestay program, where you live and study with a native family, will really allow you to experience the local culture.
Want to get serious about your Spanish? Get personalized instruction with your own private tutor so that you’re always working on exactly what you need and at your own pace.
I’ve written two Spanish books for children. They’re both aimed at ages 6-9 and can be used separately or together, though they really are a set.
This is a pocket guide for Spanish verbs. The introductory chapter gives an overview of Spanish verb conjugations, tenses, and moods, but the heart of the book consists of verb tables: 250 verbs conjugated into all the simple (single-verb) tenses and moods.
Think Spanish is an excellent learning tool for all levels of Spanish students. The monthly online magazine is filled with articles related to Spanish-speaking countries and cultures.
Verb conjugation tables for more than 1,200 Spanish verbs in all the simple tenses.
Find which verb a conjugation belongs to with the Spanish verb deconjugator: type any conjugation to find out its infinitive.
Looking for a fun way to practice writing in Spanish? You’ll love the self-scoring translation exercises on my co-branded site, Progress with Lawless Spanish.