2021 Conference Announcement
The SCOLT 2021 conference is going VIRTUAL in March! While we would love to be together in person in Atlanta, travel restrictions and other Coronavirus related issues are preventing us from doing so. This will be a SCOLT conference like no other, and you won’t want to miss it! We will have synchronous and asynchronous components, and some fun activities as a part of the conference.
Registration is now available!
Take advantage of early bird pricing and register today for the 2021 SCOLT conference! Pre- and post-conference workshops will be held March 18, 20, and 21. Synchronous and asynchronous sessions will be held March 19-20. See the Schedule at a Glance to the right for more information. The line up of workshops and sessions is amazing! You don’t want to miss this!
Nominate a colleague for a SCOLT award! SCOLT gives a K-12 and a higher education award to deserving recipients each year. Additionally, beginning language teachers in their first five years of teaching who have not attended SCOLT before can apply for free registration with the Bostick Award! See the information and nomination forms here. Deadlines are in January, so don’t delay!
Due to the inability to travel in 2020, the teacher travel scholarships awarded for this year have been postponed until 2021. This means our sponsors are unable to provide new travel scholarships for 2021, but we plan to resume these for 2022!
High school teachers, do you have a senior interested in pursuing a career as a language educator? Have them apply for the Ken Stewart Future Language Educator scholarship! This is a great opportunity to encourage the next generation of world language teachers!