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This year’s online GADII will feature a full day of web-based learning and networking opportunities for DLI teachers from across the nation to participate in, including a virtual keynote and opening ceremony! Mark your calendars! No entrance fee and no registration fee! Our virtual conference is completely free to all interested attendees. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/8th-annual-georgia-dual-language-immersion-institute-tickets-153844718695Find out more »
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we are honored to have Dr. Kim Potowski, Professor & Director of the Spanish Heritage Language Program at UIC, to be our September speaker. This talk summarizes recent research on Spanish in the U.S., addressing questions such as these: What are some of the principal characteristics of Spanish as it is spoken in the U.S., resulting from contact with English, from reduced input and output, and from contact between different Spanish dialects? Is "Spanglish" a positive or a derogatory term? Is a single U.S. Spanish dialect…Find out more »
How do the new Seal of Biliteracy Guidelines support the needs of dual language programs? What tools can dual language programs use to implement the Seal of Biliteracy?How can we ensue the Seal of Biliteracy is equitable and available to all learners? What are the models that exist to connect the Seal of Biliteracy to elementary learners in dual language programs?In this webinar, panelists from JNCL-NCLIS, AATSP, ACTFL, NABE and Seal of Biliteracy discuss various way to support dual language schools implementing…Find out more »
Join FABE for Virtual Coffee hour Thursday October 17, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm ET Seapker: Dr. Terri L. Mossgrove Professaional Learninig Specialist WIDA at Wisconsin Center for Education Research Register at : https://tinyurl.com/fabecoffeechatFind out more »
40+ Pre-Recorded (asynchronous) 45 minute sessions that will be placed on the conference website and made available to all participants from October 27th until December 31st, 2021.
All October 26, 2021, sessions will be recorded and made available on the conference website until December 31, 2021.
All Keynotes, featured speakers, and breakout sessions from October 23rd and October 30th will be recorded and made available on the conference website until December 31, 2021.Find out more »
La Cosecha 2021 will be a hybrid event, comprising both a virtual and in-person conference. Virtual Registration is open NOW and we anticipate in-person registration to open in July 2021! Register Now!Find out more »
Welcome to the ACTFL 2021 Virtual Online Convention Program! Using this online portal, you can find hundreds of Simulive and On Demand sessions, electronic posters, roundtables, practice-oriented and research-oriented papers, and exhibitor workshops awaiting you from Friday, November 19 through Sunday, November 21, 2021 (Pre-Convention Workshops are scheduled on Thursday, November 18). New for 2021! Live Q&A will be available during the pre-recorded Simulive sessions, along with the chat function. On Demand sessions are pre-recorded sessions that will not have live…Find out more »
Discover how to collaboratively use, plan for, and respond to critical dual-language data. This webinar is designed for participants to understand the actions needed to empower authentic dual-language data and use that data to provide: much-needed opportunities for dual-language students to use what they know engage in meaningful and responsive biliteracy learning opportunities that reflect a more holistic set of factors, and receive well-matched supports across both program languages.Find out more »
The U.S. Congress passed three Coronavirus Relief Funding Laws from April 2020 to March 2021. Each of these laws included funding for K-12 education called Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding. This presentation: • Describes the unique characteristics of these funds and how they differ from other federal education funding; • Outlines the funding designated for State Education Agencies and Local Education Agencies; • Reviews the required and allowable uses of these funds; and • Highlights specific programs…Find out more »
An understanding of the structure and history of the Spanish language empowers educators to more effectively teach Spanish language and literacy skills. Come celebrate your identity as a Spanish speaker, and join us as we explore Spanish spelling rules, common mistakes, syllable structure, and the use of accents. Engage with sociocultural aspects of the Spanish language, like regional variations and historical influences that help explain why Spanish is the way it is today! And learn how all of this informs instructional activities to promote literacy skills in Spanish.Find out more »
In response to the Mayor of New York's Emergency Executive Order No. 225 dated 8/16/21 NABE is requesting all onsite exhibitors, sponsors, presenters and attendees to comply with the mandate. Click here to view mandate. For those of you who are unable to comply, please consider the option to attend or present virtually for the NABE 2022 conference. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation!Find out more »