Translanguaging refers to moving fluidly between languages. Teachers can support bilingual students to speak with bilingual partners, search the internet in multiple languages and access a wide range of online communities and resources. They can also organize international online discussions in two or more languages. Translanguaging can expand and deepen students’ understanding and help them to gain broader perspectives. The word ‘languaging’ describes a dynamic process of using or producing language to make meaning. Languaging refers primarily to verbal communication, but can also include gesturing, body language, drawing or media production. Moving flexibly and fluidly between familiar languages is known as ‘translanguaging’. Translanguaging considers the language practices of bilingual people to be normal rather than strange. It extends educational practices for understanding and using standard national languages, to support diversity and encourage integration of mobile and social technologies into everyday communication and learning.