Are you going to CSCTFL (Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)  March 12-14th in Minneapolis? If so, don’t miss all of our excellent WTL contributors who will presenting there. Maris Hawkins has put together this list to guide you as you pick your sessions!


Workshops on March 12, 2020

  • Linda Egnatz (episode 63): Recipes for Success: Intentional Activities to Turn Novices into Intermediates
  • Kara Parker (episode 41 and 93): Developing Authentic Lessons
  • Leslie Grahn (episode 69): Engaging All Learners in the Language Classroom
  • Ryan Rockaitis (episode 98) and Mercedes Koch: Beyond the Shoulder Partner: Maximize Student Speaking with Cooperative Groups


March 13, 2020

7:45-8:45 AM

  • Linda Egnatz (episode 63): Increase Learner Engagement and Program Retention with Motivating Language Credentials

1:00-2:00 PM

  • Rebecca Blouwolff (episodes 47, 93, and 99): Engaging Your Students: Strategies from National teacher of the Year

2:15-3:15 PM

  • Laura Terrill (episode 37): Creating Focus: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
  • Ryan Rockaitis (episode 98) and Mercedes Koch: 50 Shades of Grades: Articulating Assessments Across Levels

3:45-4:45 PM

  • Paul Sandrock (episode 23) and Bridget Yaden: Supporting Learners Along Pathways to Seal of Biliteracy and Beyond


March 14, 2020

9:30-10:30 AM

  • Paul Sandrock (episode 23) and Bridget Yaden: Growing Your Network and Leadership

10:45-11:45 AM

  • Ryan Rockaitis (episode 98): Putting the FUN in Functions
  • Laura Terrill (episode 37): Building Literacy in the Interpretive Mode

12:15-1:15 PM

  • Kara Parker (episode 41 and 93) and Rebecca Chism: Put Me in, Coach! Preparing Learners for Interpersonal Tasks

2:45-3:45 PM

  • Kate Paesani (episode 49) and Mandy Menke: Moving to Multiliteracies: Tools to Support Teacher Understanding


(If we missed any previous WTL guests, please let us know or just add them in the comments!)

We would love to hear from you! Join the conversation by leaving a comment.