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Presentation Isn’t Everything: Student High and Low Tech Toolkits for Presentational-Speaking

09/17/2014 | Written by Anita Alkhas

Mise-en-place, the culinary practice of arranging all utensils and ingredients ahead of time, is essential to preparing a consistently successful dish. Likewise, our students benefit from first gathering together all of the tools they need for an assignment, so that they can then focus more intently on the task before them. For presentational speaking, the […]

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It’s Not Over Yet: Overhead Projector Ideas for the Tech Classroom

08/18/2014 | Written by Deana Zorko

OHP was high tech then, is it low tech now? I think it is safe to say YES when considering the wealth of possibilities that interactive data  projectors and interactive whiteboards offer as many of us get them in our schools and classrooms. However, if you are still using an overhead projector in your room […]

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High Tech/Low Tech: Ideas for Every Classroom

07/15/2014 | Written by webadmin

Don’t miss the latest in our high tech/low tech series!!! Dueling Dictionaries by Anita Alkhas If office shelves were a Monopoly board, my dictionaries would be located at Park Place and Boardwalk. They take up prime real estate although I admit I find myself reaching for the keyboard instead more often than I used to. […]

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Summer Institute News

07/06/2014 | Written by Lisa Hendrickson

At this time, registration for the WAFLT Summer Institute (August 5-6, 2014) is CLOSED due to full capacity. Please contact lisahen3@gmail.com to be added to the waiting list. If you are not able to attend the WAFLT Summer Institute, please join us at the Fall Pre-Conference Workshop, Oct. 31 (De-Mystifying Educator Effectiveness for World Language […]

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Summer Institute-Register Today!

03/27/2014 | Written by webadmin

Keep your Eye on the Target: Capturing and Showcasing Student Progress Designing and Documenting World Language Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) for Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness  Through collaboration and hands-on experiences participants will: Set goals for developing World Language students’ proficiency and learn how to document student growth Enhance student growth through maximum use of target language […]

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