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Annual Meeting 2014 - San Antonio

November 21-23, 2014
San Antonio, Texas
Pre-convention workshops, November 20
Theme: Reaching Global Competence

The AATG Annual Meeting in conjunction with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Convention and World Languages Expo features an amazing array of professional learning and collaborative networking opportunities. Join your colleagues from around the world for this incredible learning experience. You will have the option to choose from over 600 educational sessions in a variety of formats covering a wide spectrum of the language profession. Visit with over 250 exhibiting companies showcasing the latest products and services for you and your students.The ACTFL Convention is an international event bringing together over 6,000 language educators from all languages, levels and assignments. Be a part of our global community.

Searchable Online Program
You can find the Online Convention Program here. To find all AATG sessions, go to "Sponsor," select AATG from the pull-down menu, then click on "Search."

Registering for the Convention
The advance registration deadline is Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Visit the ACTFL Convention & Expo Registration page to learn further details.

Make your reservation online. Requests received via fax or mail may take longer to process. All hotel requests are processed on an availability basis.

Scholarships Available
AATG offers grants to defray expenses for AATG members attending the AATG/ACTFL conference for the first time who are K-12 teachers of German or graduate student teaching assistants in the first three years of teaching. Find more information here.

ACTFL offers scholarships to defray expenses for first-time attendees of the Annual Convention and World Languages Expo. To learn more, visit the Scholarship Opportunities.

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