We Teach Languages Episode 150: Professional Learning, Collaborations, and Challenges with Vicky Masson

In episode 150, Stacey and Maris share one interview from their live podcast recording this past summer with the Virtual Summit hosted by PEARLL. In this episode, we learn from Vicky Masson, an experienced teacher and leader who talks about some of her most meaningful experiences in summer institutes, fellowships, and micro-credentials. All of this professional learning has led to some pretty impressive classroom projects and collaborations around topics such as poetry, challenge-based learning, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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We Teach Languages Episode 101: One Department’s Approach to Collaborative Planning with North County High School’s Languages Department

In ep 101, Thomas Sauer sits down with teachers from North County High School's World and Classical Languages Department including department chair and German teacher Katrina Griffin, German and Spanish teacher Cora Hoffstetter, and Spanish teachers Nea Baker, Jennifer Howard, Will Klotz, Cassie Krawczyk, and Mallory Newcomer. The group discusses how they develop instruction collaboratively--even across languages--and  how organizational factors ensure success. This episode gives listeners a peek into a collegial, collaborative department that offers success and stability for students and teachers alike.

For links and show notes, visit https://weteachlang.com/2019/04/26/ep-101-with-north-county-high-school

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