The Kentucky World Language Association is accepting session proposals for its Fall Conference, scheduled for Sept. 21-23 in Louisville.
Kathy Shelton, world language education program specialist at the Ohio Department of Education, shares how backward planning can help teachers implement a proficiency-based curriculum.
Kentucky educators now have access to nine free Global Competence Modules that are self-directed and can be completed anywhere there is an internet connection. The eight modules and final review module help educators understand the concept of global education and how those ideas can translate into global lesson for all students in all content areas.
There are two regional professional learning opportunities available for world languages teachers in March.
Lauren Hines, a Spanish and global competency teacher at Murray High School (Murray Independent), shares how her global travel has impacted how students learn in her classroom.
Apply now to host a visiting teacher from Spain for the 2017-18 school year.
In this third article in a series of seven focusing on the core practices of world languages instruction, the 2015 ACTFL National Language French Teacher of the Year Nicole Naditz shares tips for how educators can infuse interpersonal communication tasks at the earliest levels of language learning.
Applications are available for the following grants from the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles, for Japanese language programs.
The K-12 Chinese Language, Culture Development and Enhancement Program allows local school districts in Kentucky to host highly qualified, licensed, native Chinese speaking educators to provide instruction at the elementary, middle and high school level.
The Teachers for Global Classrooms Program is a year-long, fully funded professional development opportunity for elementary, middle and high school teachers to become leaders in global education.