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Meet colleagues at the Northeast Conference, February 9-11

Wednesday, February 8, 2017   (0 Comments)
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Meet colleagues this weekend at the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York, NY. This year's theme is Strengthening World Language Education: Standards for Success. You can register on site.

Join Katrina Griffin, 2017 ACTFL National Language Teacher of the Year, AATG President
Hal Boland, and Executive Director Keith Cothrun for the session Growing the German Program on Friday, February 10, 4:45–5:45 pm. And be sure to stop by the AATG booth!

Other sessions for German teachers include: 

  • Language Through Art? Gaining Linguistic Fluency Through Visual Literacy, Kathy Fegely and Gisela Hoecherl-Alden
  • Using STEM Themes in the German Classroom, Colette van Kerckvoorde
  • Edit the Task, Not the “Text”, Jutta Schmiers-Heller, Simona Vaidean, and Foteini Samartzi
  • Spiel mir ein Märchen: German Fairy Tale Games, Mohamed Esa and Mariah Ligas
  • Creating Supportive Learning Environments for All Students Through Differentiated Instruction, Olga Liamkina and Andrea Pfeil
  • Making the Brain Connection: Teaching Grammar as a Concept, Greta Lundgaard
  • Engaging Learners: Strategies from National Language Teacher of the Year, Katrina Griffin
  • Film Without Borders: Journey Through Contemporary German Language Film, Ingrid Zeller and Mohamed Esa
  • Improving Learners’ Interpretive Communication by Reading Between the Lines, Cynthia Chalupa
  • Hosting Exchange Student Groups, Alicia Schmouder
  • Moving on Up: Strategies for Deepening Skills and Content Knowledge, Jennifer Peterson and Gisela Hoecherl-Alden
  • Language Lessons Through AvantGarde Art, Beate Alhadeff and Claretta Tonetti
  • Building Teacher Leaders: Research, Reflections, and Practices for Leading Change, Lea Graner Kennedy and Greta Lundgaard
  • Open-Mindedness and Cultural Competence: Worldly Instruction for All, Effie Hall

 


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