The purpose of these mini workshops is to engage world language teachers in discussion about new technologies, methodologies, and global awareness.
Many of our teachers are very secluded in their schools and are many times the only one in their department. We would like them to have the opportunity to learn, share and take home new ideas for their students. We would also like them to be aware of the new 21st Century Learner initiatives in the state and how they can promote them in their students.
This class, offered for 1 or 2 graduate credit hours, will provide participants with valuable collaborative learning opportunities with a choice of Hudson and Dayton Northridge High School locations culminating at the OFLA conference in Columbus. A reflective journal and posting of individual action plans on the OFLS website will be required.