From: Catherine Botelho <cercllemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: CERCLL Summer Professional Development Workshop Series
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CERCLL Summer Professional Development Workshop Series
Date: 02-Jun-2009 - 16-Jun-2009
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Contact: Kate MacKay
Contact Email: cercllemail.arizona.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.cercll.arizona.edu/summer_2009.php
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy (CERCLL):
This summer workshop series provides professional development opportunities for
k-16 language teachers. June 2-5, 15-16, University of Arizona in Tucson. For
workshop and registration details, and to apply online see www.cercll.arizona.edu
June 2 and 3: Exploring Universals in the Reading Process (Korean, Japanese,
Chinese). Presenters: David Yaden, Yetta Goodman and Ken Goodman (University of
June 3: Teaching Portuguese to Spanish-Speaking Learners (L1, L2 and Heritage):
A Structured/Enhanced Input Approach. Presenter: Ana Carvalho (University of
June 4: Developing Foreign Language Courses Using A Multiple Literacies
Approach. Presenter: Heather Willis Allen (University of Miami)
June 5: Technology and Language Instruction: Web 2.0, Social Networking,
Interactive Audio and Video Explained! Presenters: Garry Forger, Wayne Brent,
Justin Lebreck (University of Arizona)
June 15 and 16: Web 2.0 - Interactive Technologies in the World Language
Classroom. Presenter: Karen Philabaum-Maginnis (Tucson Unified School District)
Registration Fees per day:
Before May 2: $50 regular/$25 student
After May 2: $70 regular/$45 student
Discounts available for attending multiple workshops, see website for details.
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