Dear Colleagues, Just a quick message to keep you informed about FLAVA matters. The NECTFL Conference in New York was an exciting time for the FLAVA members in attendance. I especially want to thank Tanja Mayer-Harding and Vivien DePeralta for their Best of FLAVA presentation (Increasing Access: Tools for Teaching Differently-Abled World Language Learners). They presented to a packed audience! And, all of […]
Greetings and Happy New Year from SCOLT! As you begin 2019, I would like to ask you to reach out to all FLAVA members and encourage them apply for the 2019 SCOLT Study Abroad Scholarships. Our donors have been so generous and we will once again offer the following scholarships for language educators: […]
Dear FLAVA Members, I trust that this finds most of you in the midst of teacher preparation week or going full steam ahead in the classroom. Welcome back to what I hope will be your best year yet! Here are a few conference reminders along with a special article by Sonia Brandon. Please consider attending […]
The Fall 2018 Conference Program is complete with all you need to know about our annual conference. You can also see the shorter Fall 2018 At-a-Glance version. You can register here. (Early bird deadline was 16 September.) See you there!
Languages Enlighten the World Click here to register. Join FLAVA in Williamsburg for our annual conference October 4-6, 2018 and connect with your colleagues from around the Commonwealth. Daily schedule here and full program schedule here . Register by September 16 and your Thursday and Friday lunches will be included. […]
Exciting News to Report The FLAVA Executive Board is so excited to announce that Heidi Trude, French teacher at Skyline High School in Front Royal, was named the Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) Teacher of the Year on Friday, March 16 th . Heidi competed against nine other state representatives for this title and […]