Professional Development Workshops & Courses
K-8 World Language Core Practices | Spring Workshop 2019
For FLES, Middle School World Language, Dual Language, Immersion, & ELL Teachers ( Earn 5 Hours ISBE PD Credit)
Friday, May 17, 2019, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
The Avery Coonley School -1400 Maple Ave. Downers Grove, IL 60515
Presenters: Talia Block, Denise Clivaz, Kathleen Priceman, Elizabeth Roberts
Morning Session: Interpersonal Communication
What does interpersonal communication look like at the novice to intermediate low levels? Come learn how to create activities to support interpersonal communication and successfully monitor student progress in this area.
Afternoon Session: Backward Design
(a NNELL café by Nathan Lutz) The NNELL café on backward design will serve as a springboard for conversation and collaboration on effective use of this core practice in enhancing your instruction and program development.
Cost: NNELL members: $20, Non-NNELL members: $50 (registration includes lunch)
Organizer: Kathleen Priceman, President of NNELL email@example.com Bring your current curriculum overview, ideas for curriculum enhancements, challenges, successes and enthusiasm! Work with fellow early language colleagues to create and plan for next year as you reflect on your prior experience with students.
To register online, please go to our NNELLcafé page>>
NYC FLES FEST | Spring 2019
Sponsored by the Dalton School and co-sponsored by NNELL
Saturday, May 18, 2019, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Dalton School – 108 E 89th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues), NYC
COURSES OF INTEREST | Summer 2019
Foreign Language Association of Chairpersons and Supervisors (NY) announces a 3-credit graduate course taking place at Dowling College for FLES certification in New York State.
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Rutgers University announces a new online course, Methods of Teaching World Languages for Elementary Learners. Click for details.