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Summer Professional Development Workshop Series from CERCLL at U of A

Summer Professional Development Workshop Series

From the Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy (CERCLL) at the University of Arizona.

Visual, Media and Digital Literacies in the Foreign Language Classroom May 30-June 9, 2017

The 2017 CERCLL Summer Workshop series will focus on the ways in which different forms of literacy can be incorporated into the language classroom. Participants may attend one, all, or any combination of the workshops. These events take place at the University of Arizona (UA) except for the gaming workshop on June 8 which can be taken either at the UA or online.

May 30-31 - Elyse Petit (University of Arizona), Give a Voice to Students: Implementing Digital Storytelling in Foreign/Second Language Classrooms

June 1-2 - Sébastien Dubreil (Carnegie Mellon University), Culture Frames: Using Film and Video in the L2 Classroom

June 5- Beatrice Dupuy (University of Arizona), Digital Social Reading: Reading and Viewing Together

June 6-7 - Chantelle Warner (University of Arizona), Foreign Languages and the Literary in the Everyday: Teaching in the L2 Classroom

  • Travel scholarships available for June 6-7. Deadline to apply: May 5.

June 8- Jonathon Reinhardt (University of Arizona), Gameful Foreign Language Teaching: Engaging Learners with Digital Insights

  • This workshop can be attended in person or online.

June 9 - Maker Day: An additional day of making materials and lessons based on the series.

Most workshops are just $15/day until April 30. The gaming workshop is $15 to attend in person/$10 to attend online until April 30. June 9 is free, but participants that day must also have attended one or more of the preceding events in the series.

Continuing Education for K-12 teachers – 6 hours per workshop day.

See CERCLL’s website for registration details, a link to abstracts and biographical statements, and a link to the travel award information:

Contact CERCLL with questions:

Posted in Professional Development on Apr 26, 2017