Webinars – Upcoming

FREE WEBINAR FOR SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

Stepping up to Online Teaching: Insights into an Intensive Online Summer Language Program The SDSU Language Acquisition Resource Center has...

FREE WEBINAR FOR OCTOBER 29, 2020

Counter-narratives as Resistance: Social Justice in the WL Classroom Language teachers are in a unique position to have linguistic and...

FREE WEBINAR FOR AUGUST 13, 2020

Online translators: How do we deal with the elephant in the (virtual) classroom? Google Translate, online dictionaries, and similar electronic...

FREE WEBINAR FOR JULY 29, 2020

Online, Hybrid, Hyflex, and High Stress: Preparing for Fall 2020 In this webinar, panelists will discuss some of the formats...

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FREE WEBINAR FOR JULY 10, 2020

Providing Leadership in World Language Education: Now More Than Ever! The past few months have radically changed education in our...

FREE WEBINAR FOR JUNE 24, 2020

Are discussion forums really interactive? Ideas for purposeful asynchronous communication Discussion boards are the quintessential tool for asynchronous communication in...

FREE WEBINAR FOR MAY 7, 2020

Culpeper Games: Video Games Teaching Languages and Cultures The Culpeper Language Learning Center at Gustavus Adolphus College has begun developing...

WEBINAR RECORDING – PERSPECTIVES ON REMOTE TEACHING FROM K-12 LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Don’t Panic! You Probably Won’t Screw This Up That Bad! Perspectives on Remote Teaching From K-12 Language Teachers Nathalie Ettzevoglou,...

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WEBINAR RECORDING – YOUR BURNING QUESTIONS ABOUT REMOTE LANGUAGE TEACHING

Your Burning Questions about Remote Language Teaching Angelika Kraemer (Cornell University), Georges Detiveaux (University of Houston-Downtown) and Trish Nolde (Georgia...

WEBINAR RECORING – WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE UNEXPECTED…

What to expect from the unexpected… Now is not the time to forget to breathe. Let’s all put on our...

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