ACTFL National Teacher Of The Year Award Information
State organizations in the SCOLT Region are invited to submit their candidate for consideration in the National Teacher of the Year Award sponsored by ACTFL. All nominees’ portfolios are due by January 15, 2021. All SCOLT regional candidates will be interviewed at the SCOLT annual conference, and the SCOLT candidate will be announced at this conference. World Languages Teachers for the Year must submit a portfolio and participate in the interview held at the annual SCOLT Conference to be considered for selection as the SCOLT World Languages Teacher of the Year.
Click here for more information about the SCOLT World Languages Teacher of the Year Guidelines.
To be eligible for the Bostick Award, teachers must be in their first to fifth year(s) of teaching dedicated to a long-term teaching commitment who have not yet attended a SCOLT conference, and who demonstrate a commitment to future conference participation as part of their professional development. Two teachers will be awarded conference registration during each annual SCOLT conference.
Below is a link to the 2021 Bostick Award form.
Deadline for 2021 is January 31, 2021.
The SCOLT Board of Directors presents the Founders Award when deemed appropriate to a member who has made significant contributions to SCOLT over the years and who exemplifies the spirit and ideals of the founders of the organization.
The Educator of Excellence Award for Post-Secondary Educators, formerly known as the Teacher of Excellence Award, recognizes a current educator at the community college, college, and university level who has demonstrated excellence in language teaching, active participation in SCOLT, and leadership and advocacy at the local, state, and/or regional or national level. The nominating documents for this award include a letter of nomination, a statement from nominee of acceptance of nomination (paragraph), a CV/Resume, and two letters of support.
Nominate a colleague for the 2021 Educator of Excellence Award!
Deadline for applications is January 15, 2020.
The SCOLT Leadership Award is given to a current K-12 educator who has demonstrated excellence in language teaching through service to the school, community, active participation in SCOLT, and leadership and advocacy at the local, state, and/or regional or national level. The nominating documents for this award include a letter of nomination, a statement from nominee of acceptance of nomination (paragraph), a CV/Resume, and two letters of support.
To nominate a colleague, please complete the nomination form today.
Deadline for applications is January 15, 2021.
Consider nominating a deserving colleague!
All award recipients will be recognized at the SCOLT Opening General Session on Friday, March 19, 2021 during the virtual conference.