2020 Spring Voice: Highlights include – Remembering Keely Lake, Advocating Daily for World Languages, and Learning and Leading for Languages.
2019 Fall Voice: Highlights include – a sneak peek at the conference, advocacy elevator speech, updates from the DPI, and more on mentoring.
2019 Spring Voice: Highlights Include- We are All Advocates, Leveraging Resources, contests, awards, and language association updates.
2018 Fall Voice: Highlights Include-Building Capacity for Language Learning, Globalizing Our Schools, Career Changers, Leading by Example, Flipping the Classroom, and more.
2018 Spring Voice: Highlights include-WI Language Roadmap Initiative, Using Digital Storybooks to Increase Student Language Proficiency, Discover Languages 2017, and much more.
2017 Fall Voice: Pre-conference program featuring all the highlights to plan your professional development.
2017 Spring Voice: Highlights include-Dare to be Great, Students as Advocates, Why Learn a Language and much more.
2016 Fall Voice: Highlights include…Growing Up Latino, Talking about Enrollment, We Cannot Do It Alone and much more.
What is the Voice?
WAFLT’s Voice is a bi-annual refereed online publication. Both spring and fall include specific language group updates and celebrations. WAFLT’s Voice welcomes additional articles on happenings within the world language classrooms throughout the state of Wisconsin, new projects, or other important issues affecting world languages and world language educators. In addition, the fall edition of the Voice contains the WAFLT conference offerings and registration materials. There is a lot going on within our profession and the Voice wants to share that with members throughout the state of Wisconsin.
If you are not a member and would like to become a member to publish an article in the Voice and receive other member benefits, visit: Join WAFLT
Articles for the VOICE OF WAFLT
In order to serve our membership with high quality communication, WAFLT has established a Publications Committee. We encourage all WAFLT Conference Presenters to submit a short article related to the their presentation to the “Voice of WAFLT.”
For your article to be considered for a future edition of the ‘Voice,’ you will need to follow this procedure:
- The length of the article should be three to five pages, double-spaced.
- Send the completed form (link below).
- Include images you have taken or with permissions included both embedded in the article as you would want it and as original separate files/links.
- Send your article electronically (as an email attachment) in either MS Word or Google Docs (share to anyone with the link) to: email@example.com. All other formats will not be accepted.
After you have finished the above procedures, your article will be sent to the members of the WAFLT Publications Committee for review.
Additional questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org