Berkeley World Language Project

a site of the California WL Project

Keys to the Communicative Classroom – Strand T

Keys to the Communicative Classroom – Supporting Communication with Technology – Strand T

BWLP is pleased to make available for the first time, our newest strand:

 

Keys to the Communicative Classroom: Supporting Communication with Technology –

Strand T

Registration is now open for the 2018-2019 Academic Year.

 

Starting this September, BWLP will offer Strand T in addition to our other core offerings – Strands AB & C. The key outcomes for this strand include for following:

  • Explore diverse tech tools and apps that will aid in classroom management and make learning a language both fun and engaging.
  • Learn how to use a variety of tech tools to increase student engagement, productivity, communication and creativity in the World Language classroom.
  • Connect with other world language teachers and build your professional learning community – both in person and on-line.
  • Participants will create learner-centered lessons, incorporating tech tools and apps, that enrich their curriculum and engage their students.

 

In addition, please note:

Beginners are encouraged and welcome to attend.

Everyone must bring their own laptop. 

Unlike Strands AB & C, Strand T has limited space available, so please note that participation is based on first registered, first served! You will receive a confirmation of registration by early September. We will keep a list of alternates, in case someone must drop out, however, please register only if you are committing to attend. We don’t want to turn anyone away!

 

Interested?

Please download the flyer attached to the PDF image above to provide to your school site or district for possible funding. Payment instructions are included below, as well as on the program flyer.

 

ALSO – YOU MUST also register by completing the following form!

 

Thank you! – The BWLP Team

 


 

 

 

 

 

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