Foreign Language Teaching Conference to Take Place at SLU
The Professional Development Conference for language teachers will hold a Foreign Language Teaching Conference in conjunction on March 22 at St. Lawrence University.
Teachers from St. Lawrence and surrounding counties are invited to attend workshops on their specialties and share their favorite methodologies for teaching foreign languages.
By the end of this conference, teachers should have more knowledge about the following topics:
- Practical applications of technology to teaching languages and cultures
- Traditional and non-traditional ways of teaching culture
- Approaches to teaching proficiency (TPRS, Flipped classroom etc.
- Technology in education
Françoise Piron, an educator and presenter with extensive knowledge of the French language and culture as well as pedagogical techniques in the World Language Classroom, will be the keynote speaker. Piron received the NYSAFLT Ruth E. Wasley Distinguished Teacher Award K-12 in 2015. Her topic, “Building Connections,” will discuss strategies and activities that provide rich learning experiences for students.
The conference will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Eben Holden. To register, visit http://blogs.stlawu.edu/nc2019. The deadline for registration is Feb. 15.
For more information, contact Gisele El Khoury, director of St. Lawrence University’s Language Resource Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lora Lunt, professor of modern languages, at email@example.com.