Join us for the 2016 FLES Fest!
Co-sponsored by the Dalton School and NNELL
This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Helena Curtain, co-author of Languages and Learners-Making the Match!
Who? All K-8 teachers of World and Classical Languages
Why? To give K-8 language teachers an opportunity to gather, “talk shop,” collect new ideas, and establish connections that will grow and continue to form a Personal Learning Network.
What? A gathering to celebrate FLES teaching with activities that include:Job-alike group chats to share ideas in language-specific and grade-level cohorts. Exhibitors with FLES materials for you to peruse and a raffle of some great materials. Lesson/activity swap (NOTE: each teacher please bring 150 copies of a great lesson/activity to share; one page, front-and-back, if possible)
When? Saturday, May 14, 2016, 9am-12noon
Where? The Dalton School, 108 E 89th Street (between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue), NYC
RSVP: This year there is a minimal charge ($20) to cover expenses. We have limited space, so please register by May 1 at the following URL: https://www.dalton.org/flesfest
Questions? Contact Lori Langer de Ramirez, firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 423-5482
This celebration is in honor of the late Dr. Mari Haas, extraordinary FLES teacher, teacher trainer, workshop presenter, author, mother and friend. Through her materials, conference presentations, summer institutes, and by her example, Mari helped us to connect culture to the FLES classroom, to be playful in our teaching, and to be passionate about the important work we do in bringing the love of languages to all children.