PSMLA Announces Annual Conference
SAVE THE DATE! PSMLA’s annual conference will be held near Philadelphia, October 15 - 17, 2020. We are excited to share that Friday’s keynote speaker will be the current ACTFL Teacher of the Year, Rebecca Blouwolff.
On October 15, there will be a pre-conference workshop led by former ACTFL Teacher of the Year, Katrina Griffin, focusing on STEM in the world language context followed by a visit to the Penn Museum.
Registration, call for proposals, and more details coming soon!
Association of World Language Educators' Spring Workshop
Developing Intercultural Competence: Strategies for Planning, Teaching, and Assessment
Register today and join the AWLE and your colleagues on Saturday, March 14, 2020 to learn and share some favorite strategies and activities for the world language classroom. Workshops led by local high school teachers will include practical ideas and time for discussion and collaboration. For more details and to register, visit our website.
*Act 48 Hours available for PSMLA members!
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