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7 Tips for a Virtual Conference

After 18 months of virtual school, online conferences, and Zoom get-togethers, I know many of us might be feeling digital fatigue. That said, the sudden increase of virtual conferences can truly be a benefit to us all and give us access to high quality PD at our own convenience and

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World Language Advocacy-Seeking a Seat at the (Virtual) Table

What will the new academic year bring?  No one can predict the immediate future of education, but we know that very much of what we took for granted in the past will be changed. However, we can be sure that advocacy for the teaching and learning of world languages must be

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Students Leading with Languages

Let’s get to know our outstanding students! This new feature, Leading with Languages in Wisconsin, was launched in our March issue of the eVoice. This is a quick and easy way to recognize a student who continually “exceeds expectations” in his or her language learning journey. The short time takes

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When it isn’t an emergency: Planning for Fall 2020

It’s certainly been an interesting spring with emergency remote instruction, figuring out where the weaknesses in our system lie, and just how many people in our state don’t have access, despite the fact that we are in the year 2020. I thought it might be useful to share some ideas

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Introducing: Wisconsin Students Lead with Language

We know these students! They are the ones who have discovered the joy of communicating with others in the language(s) they are learning.  They may report that they had a meaningful conversation with a customer or co-worker at their part-time job, or that they communicated with someone from another country

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What to Expect from the Unexpected…

Under the circumstances of living during a pandemic and knowing that just in the last week some crazy stuff is happening throughout the state, CSC shut down early, schools closing, and who knows what is yet to come. I thought it would be appropriate to address the concerns with some

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HAVE YOU EVER ….. ?

One great way to get intermediate and upper level students engaged and curious about an upcoming book or film is to ask them questions pertaining to its plot before they begin. This not only activates students’ brains and imaginations as they consider what might be ahead, but it also provides

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- 7 days ago

The window is now open to nominate a student, colleague, or friend of education for a WAFLT Award! Each day this week we will highlight a different WAFLT Award on social media. More info at https://t.co/KPysEmfhIA https://t.co/WbZPkOTDgE
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- 9 days ago

Don't forget to join us at @flesfest this February! Registration is open now and it is free! https://t.co/IKPUXbCDad
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- 19 days ago

The Call for Proposals is open for the WAFLT Fall Conference 2022: "Level Up: Embracing Change, Empowering Learners." We hope for session, poster, and workshop presentations from many languages, levels, and perspectives! More info & proposal form at https://t.co/2k94Hp71UU https://t.co/MgJ9HjFaCv
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- 37 days ago

WI FLESFEST is excited to share that Jennifer D. Klein, author of "The Global Education Guidebook" will be the Keynote speaker for FLESFEST 2022! We hope to see you all online on February 19th! https://t.co/x01bnjEk3y for more info! https://t.co/9j7BVMNBH0
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- 37 days ago

and please note the link should be https://t.co/x01bnjEk3y!
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