With Chrissy Roe, Spanish Teacher at Spain Park High School in Hoover, Alabama
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 (5:30PM – 6:30PM) via Zoom REGISTER HERE
How much do your students learn while they are away from the classroom? As a veteran virtual teacher, I have learned to redesign the way I teach so that absent learners can check off their can-do statements while learning asynchronously from home. In this session, we will explore a variety of strategies to adapt your existing lessons so that absent students can return ready to progress with the rest of the class.
Presenter Bio: Chrissy Roe was selected as Alabama’s World Language Teacher of the Year in 2020. Her work in the field of educational technology is nationally recognized and she leverages technology to provide equity of access to world language learning.
With Dr. Martha Davis, Spanish Teacher at Northern Virginia Community College in Virginia.
Thursday, July 20, 2023 (5:30PM – 6:30PM) via Zoom REGISTER HERE
Are you looking for concrete ways to integrate more culture in your classes in the new school year? From contemplating paintings and photographs to participating in virtual language exchanges, I will share 23 ways to engage novice through advanced language learners with the target culture. Activities range from short warm-ups for all levels to a semester-long project for post-secondary students.
Presenter Bio: Dr. Martha Davis was our 2022 FLAVA Teacher of the Year. She teaches Spanish at Northern Virginia Community College and is a long-time supporter of FLAVA,
currently serving as the Mentor Program Chair.
SOCIAL MEDIA:@ProfaDavis (Twitter)
With Glenda de Hoyos, Spanish Teacher/World Languages Department Chair at The Langley School in McLean, Virginia
Thursday, August 24, 2023 (4:30PM – 5:30PM) via Zoom REGISTER HERE
Would you like to start the new school year with a simple but powerful routine that brings many benefits in your class? We all do! Discover how implementing a calendar routine builds community and reinforces a sense of belonging while promoting language production and cultural awareness. Ready-to-use resources will be shared that can be implemented immediately for different languages and levels throughout the school year.
Presenter Bio: Glenda De Hoyos is a native of Puerto Rico and a passionate educator who was honored as the 2023 GWATFL Teacher of the Year. Throughout her 15 year career, Glenda has been committed to creating inspiring, meaningful, and joyous activities that motivate students to thrive and become life-long learners. She teaches Spanish in grades preschool through 2nd grade and is the World Languages Department Chair at The Langley School in McLean, Virginia.
SOCIAL MEDIA: @glendadehoyos (Twitter) / @ilearn_iteach (Instagram)