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Call for Proposals - 2017 Convention

AATG Sessions for the 2017 ACTFL Convention and World Languages Expo are designed to showcase and inspire the innovative and resourceful teaching and research in our profession. The sessions listed below have been organized and members interested in presenting in these organized sessions are invited to submit short descriptions (250 words) for presentation ideas to individual session organizers by January 4, 2017.

In addition, there is also an open call to all AATG Members for proposals for sessions, roundtables, paper presentations, and electronic posters addressing areas of their interest and expertise. Find details here.

Please note that no proposals are guaranteed acceptance in the program. All AATG sessions must include more than one presenter. All presenters must be members. Final submission deadline for proposals is January 13, 2017.

Articulation and Collaboration

Communication before Accuracy in the German Class – Improving Proficiency Outcomes and Retention See More

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Assessment and Feedback

New Assessments in Foreign Language Teaching See More

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Educator Effectiveness

"Please Don't Gender Me!" Strategies for Inclusive Language Instruction See More

Reassessing Curricular and Teacher Training Needs at Part-Time German Schools See More

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Innovative Use of Technology

Symbioses of Foreign Language and Media Literacy Education in the German Class See More

The Technology-Infused Task-Based German Classroom See More

Using Apps to Heighten Cultural Learning While Outside the Target Language Classroom See More

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Flüchtlinge in Deutschland - Immer noch auf der Flucht oder "angekommen"? See More

Integrating Social Justice Topics in the German Curriculum See More

Peace and Conflict in the Language Classroom: Issues of Teaching and Language Program Direction See More

Teaching Perspectives: Intercultural Development At All Levels See More

Teaching the "Syrian Solidarity Crisis" See More

Teaching toward Intercultural Competence in German for Professional Purposes Courses See More

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Languages Beyond the Classroom

Connecting Classrooms and Study Abroad See More

German for Professional Purposes - Preparing Students for the Global Workforce See More

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Leadership and Advocacy

College German and the Liberal Arts Mission: Avenues for Integration and Advocacy See More

Maintaining, not Resuscitating, Great German Programs See More

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Fairy Tales: Approaches to Teaching and Learning See More

Literacy, Graphic Novels and German Culture See More

Writing in the Intermediate German Classroom See More

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Personalized Learning

Authenticity - A Critical Look at a Well-Worn Concept in FL Education See More

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Standards-Based Instructional Design

Integrating STEM in Upper-Level Literature and Culture Courses See More

Teaching Varieties: Authentic Language in the German Classroom See More

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Teacher Preparation

Making the Transition from PhD Studies to German Professor für alles See More

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