High Tech/Low Tech: Ideas for Every Classroom

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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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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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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Differentiating Language Instruction

Each unit we teach has a certain set of learning outcomes that the instructor helps every student to achieve. Once those outcomes are identified and the assessments created, the instructor must make a series of tasks to prepare students to meet those outcomes and perform to the best of their

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High Tech/Low Tech: Refresh, Reflect, Restart Recharged

As the school year winds down and we all begin to breathe again, we look forward to a refresh over the summer. Perhaps that is a glass of lemonade, a cold beer, or an opportunity to finally update all those apps on your phone and laptop without having to worry

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WAFLT Conference Poster Sessions: High Tech Low Tech

Have you thought about presenting at WAFLT but then wondered if you really had enough to share? Well, you do! It’s all about the packaging. Maybe you don’t feel ready to spend a whole hour talking about what you are doing. Perhaps you prefer that one-to-a-few informal conversation with colleagues.

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- 7 days ago

It's Back!! We're excited for the return of Curriculum Writing Days on Tues, June 14th & Wed, June 15th at Greendale HS from 9am to 4pm. This event is FREE but in order for it to run, we need at least 20 participants registered by May 31st. Register here: https://t.co/OHbHzYV7Pm https://t.co/O8Od21VNtQ
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- 61 days ago

Did you miss the deadline to submit a WAFLT Fall Conference Proposal? You're in luck!! The deadline has been extended to April 1st. Submit proposals at https://t.co/2k94Hp71UU https://t.co/zxhvxviryA
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- 61 days ago

@actfl: Most scientific lit is written only in English, creating an alarming knowledge gap for 75% of the world. That's why @ClimateCardinal, a youth-led nonprofit, is working to translate crucial climate resources into more than 100 #languages. 👏 @TEDCountdown https://t.co/l7b2HtgP1F
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