March 18-21, 2020
Registration for the 2021 SCOLT/FLAG/SEALLT conference is now available! The conference will be March 18-21, with the Opening General Session on March 19, and regular sessions on March 19-20. Put these dates on your calendar and register now!
Exhibitors, reserve your virtual booth for the conference! Booth and advertisement pricing has been reduced for this virtual event. Our exhibitors and sponsors are a vital part of the conference! See more information regarding virtual booths and pricing here.
As world language educators, we are dedicated to equality, inclusion, and diversity. It is our responsibility to create a safe, supportive, and open classroom environment in which students learn to embrace the diversity of our world and respect our differences. We must help future generations develop world views that value and respect not only our similarities, but also our differences.
SCOLT encourages all teachers to be intentional and reflective in addressing issues of social justice. We are committed to helping teachers make a difference in the lives of their students. As such, we recommend these resources. Also, please see SCOLT’s recorded webinar on this topic.
Several SCOLT partners have offered to provide webinars to help address language educators’ needs at this time. We appreciate their generosity, and the time and effort put forth by all involved! See below for links to the recorded webinars.
See the recording of this timely webinar and related resources, addressing issues of social justice in the language classroom. SCOLT is grateful to our panelists, Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither, Dr. Stacey M. Johnson, and Dr. LJ Randolph.
Watch this amazing webinar, hosted by Avant Assessment, that was held April 22, 2020. The panelists are Elena Kamenetzky, SCOLT Teacher of the Year, Chrissy Roe, Alabama Teacher of the Year, and Dr. Bobby Hobgood, SCOLT President. Thank you to Avant Assessment for this opportunity for MORE Learning!
One of our generous sponsors, Pearson, provided this helpful webinar April 29, 2020. While the examples are all Spanish, the concepts and strategies are applicable to any language classroom. Thank you, Pearson, for providing this session!
Leslie Grahn, co-author of The Keys to Strategies for Language Instruction (ACTFL, 2017), shared a treasure trove of resources and strategies in this webinar, held May 5, 2020. Regardless of your teaching environment and experience, you will learn from Leslie!
Please click below to find a compilation of foreign language state associations in the SCOLT region.