#earlylang chat

#EarlyLang chat is a worldwide Twitter chat for any early language educator to join others to discuss topics relevant to our practice.

The #EarlyLang chat meets on Twitter second and fourth Wednesdays from 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST during the academic year. Here are our past topics and the chat summaries:

November 28, 2018: Developing Independence in Early Language Learners

October 24, 2018: Global Education and Early Language Learners

October 10, 2018: The Role of Play and Imagination in the Early Language Classroom

September 26, 2018: The First Weeks — What Are We Doing?

September 12, 2018: Goal Setting for Educators and Learners

June 6, 2018: Wrapping up the School Year

May 16, 2018: Student Choice in the Early Language Classroom

May 2, 2018: Using Stations and Centers in the Early Language Classroom

April 18, 2018: Advocating for Your Early Language Program

April 4, 2018: Self Reflection and Growth Mindset with Early Language Learners

March 21, 2018: Magical Moments in the Elementary Classroom

March 7, 2018: Interculturality and Early Language Learners

February 21, 2018: “Assessment Design in the Early Language Classroom.”

February 7, 2018: Input and Output: What’s the Effective Balance? 

January 17, 2018: Technology in the Early Language Classroom 

December 6, 2017: Error Correction in the Early Language Classroom 

November 15, 2017: Creating and Maintaining a Class Culture

November 1, 2017: Project-Based Learning in the Early Language Classroom

October 18, 2017: Classroom Management in the Early Language Classroom

October 4: Handling Multiple Proficiency and Literacy Levels within the Same Classroom

September 20: Managing Assessment with a Large Quantity of Students 

June 7: Teaching with Comprehensible Input in the Early Language Classroom 

May 17: Incorporating Authentic Resources in the Early Language Classroom

May 3: Maximizing Student Learning with Limited Contact Time

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