NECTFL New Dates & PL

NECTFL New Dates & PL

The dates for NECTFL 2021 have been changed!
The conference will be held April 22–24 in New York City.
Please mark your calendars accordingly!
                                 Because of this change, the deadline for proposal submissions has been extended to July 3.
Special Webinar Series
We are indeed in unprecedented times and educators need support in learning how to navigate this new world. There was so much demand for our recent special webinar, NECTFL has decided to offer a series of webinars on a variety of topics with top presenters from our region. This webinar series is FREE thanks to support from Wayside Publishing. Coming up this week: Georges Chahwan and Ian Wollman – Building a Community Response to Crisis. If you miss a live webinar, you can always access the recording on our website.
Charting Your Course: Instructional Planning During (and after!) Coronavirus
Michelle Olah
“We’ll Always Have Paris:” Adapting Best Strategies to The New Now
Thursday, May 21, 4 p.m.
Rebecca Blouwolff
Rethinking the Flipped Classroom for Remote Learning
Thursday, May 28, 4 p.m.
Christopher Gwin
Building a Community Response to Crisis
 Thursday, June 4, 7 p.m.
Georges Chahwan & Ian Wollman
Language Learning after Corona: Lessons Learned as We Move Forward
Thursday, June 11, 4 p.m.
Rebecca Aubrey
For complete details and descriptions and to register, click below:
Finding Our Voice: World Languages for Social Justice
Call for Proposals Deadline: July 3
Chairperson, Michael Bogdan
Questionnaire – WL Instruction Before and During the Pandemic
Dear Colleague in World Language Education,
We, Francis Troyan and Emre Başok, from The Ohio State University invite you to participate in a questionnaire on world language instruction and assessment both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. The questionnaire will take you approximately 15 minutes to complete.
If you would like to participate in the study, please follow the link below to proceed to the questionnaire. We appreciate your interest in and support of this research!
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