advocacy

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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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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The Wisconsin Language Roadmap

The Wisconsin Language Roadmap asks, “What can YOU do?” It’s here, but now the work begins!  There is much work to be done at local and state levels! The Wisconsin Language Roadmap is a call for collaborative action. The key question that the report puts forward is: WHAT CAN YOU

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”WE ARE ALL ADVOCATES!”

YOU are an advocate!   How do we internalize and carry forward the positive and energizing messages from the 2018 WAFLT World Language conference? If you were in the audience for the keynote address, you heard these powerful words from the keynote speaker, Dr. Edward M. Zarrow, 2016 ACTFL National Teacher

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High Tech/Low Tech: Talking Advocacy with Your Students

As we all begin to prep for our return to our classrooms, one of theearly lessons in the year I look forward to is having the conversation with students about why languages matter and why it is important to learn about other cultures and communities. To me, this is a

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Beyond “Preaching to the Choir”

Diverse stakeholders join forces to support language learning Speaking out about the value of learning   languages   comes naturally to World Language teachers. We have experienced the joy of connecting with other individuals and cultures through language and are eager to share that joy with others. However, our advocacy efforts can

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Advocacy in Action

Happy Summer!  Whether you are teaching summer school, traveling with students, taking classes, or finding time to relax and enjoy time with family and friends, it is surely a little diversion from your busy routine during the academic year.  However, we  know that your teacher brain is always thinking of

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Lead with Languages

This month we have great news to share! On March 3, ACTFL launched its national language proficiency awareness and advocacy campaign and website, Lead with Languages. This multi-year campaign aims to build awareness about the increased demand for language skills and supports the growth of learners who are competent in other languages and

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- 61 days ago

WAFLT mourns the loss of Patrick Raven, former WAFLT president and former Executive Director of CSCTFL. We extend our deepest sympathy to his family and loved ones. Patrick was a champion for WL and PD throughout our region. https://t.co/J4o2oP6gtS
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- 67 days ago

The Ripon Area School District is accepting applications for a full-time Spanish Teacher beginning with the 2021-22 school year. The RASD World Language Department offers classes taught through CI strategies. Interested applicants can apply on WECAN to vacancy 116443.
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- 100 days ago

Registration is open for WAFLT Virtual Summer Institute -- August 2-3, 2021. Building Cultural & Global Competence with Dr. Jacque Van Houten and Pam Delfosse. Only $40 for members! Don't miss your spot! https://t.co/5eYWhxKp4E
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- 125 days ago

@csctfl: CSCTFL 2022 Virtual Conference Several options of presentations: live, pre-recorded, and simulive (pre-recorded with live chat). Get inspired by the topics in the image below! For priority, submit by June 15! Proposals can be submitted to https://t.co/SXU16fWWzc https://t.co/FwSM1a3rkk
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- 155 days ago

@ADiazMora It is! November 5-6!
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