"“If we start training for sports at a young age, why not languages? Can you imagine if a high school quarterback had to start freshman year? It doesn’t make sense.”
Student Participant in Wisconsin’s First Global Youth Summit
Wisconsin's First Global Youth Summit
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Read the official press release for the Youth Summit here.
- Summit lets teens have say on internationalizing education.
- Wisconsin high school students address 'global citizenship.'
- What students want in their schools, communities.
- Discussion Guide #1: What makes someone a global citizen?
- Discussion Guide #2: How can your school community become more 'global?'
World Languages, Common Core Standards, and Disciplinary Literacy
For resources and discussion, click here.
Teacher Effectiveness: The “TELL Project – Teacher Effectiveness for Language Learning”
Provides excellent “ I can…” statements for world language teachers. These can be used by individual teachers for self-monitoring and improvement as well as by school and district world language departments as a professional development tool.
Visit the WAFLT website to learn more about Language Educator Development E-Learning (LEDE) Modules, Wisconsin LinguaFolio, Public Relations, and the PDP Partnership and Mentoring Programs.
For more information, contact:
Gerhard Fischer or phone: (608) 267-9265
FAX: (608) 266-1965