Catherine Ousselin is a graduate of the University of Kansas with an M.A. in French Language and Literature. She is a member of ACTFL, NNELL, IALLT, WAFLT, and the AATF of which she is the current Region IX representative. Catherine is the AATF Social Media manager and curator, the chair of the Technology Commission, an … More Meet the AFLA 2017 Keynote Speaker!
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Powerpoints, handouts, and more from the presentations and vendors at this year’s AFLA Conference will be added to a Drive folder as they are received. Click here to access all 2016 conference resources. If you have something that you would like added to the folder, please email aflaalaska at gmail dot com
Many thanks to Aline Hopkins for taking detailed minutes of this year’s business meeting! You can view the minutes here.
From Baselines to BASE Jumping: How might focusing on interest and adventure change our teaching? What if one of our basic curricular goals was to arouse and maintain our students’ interest in our subject area? What if we managed to meet that goal so effectively that students remained interested in the subject and pursued it further on their own long … More How might focusing on interest and adventure change our teaching?
Tomorrow (Wednesday 8/31) is the last day to register for our fall AFLA conference at the regular registration rate of $190.00. The price increases to $215 on September 1. A $65 discount is available to first year teachers and interns; request the code from email@example.com CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR AFLA NOW! Can’t attend? Renew … More AFLA Registration increases on 9/1!
Each year, AFLA recognizes two members and one non-member for their contributions to the preservation, teaching, and/or learning of languages in Alaska. The Terry Higley Award is given to a K-12 language teacher that is an AFLA member, the Wolf Hollerbach Award recognizes a university-level language teacher that is an AFLA member, and the Friend … More Seeking 2016 Award Nominations
From JNCL-NCLIS: Dear Colleagues, Last week, the Senate Appropriations Committee reported a bipartisan Labor, HHS, Education and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill by a vote of 29-1. This FY 2017 bill funds Title VI at the FY 2016 level but reduces Fulbright-Hays by $4.893 million or 69% below FY 2016 as proposed by the Administration’s budget. This proposed reduction, … More Urgent Action Needed: Oppose Senate Cuts to Title VI/Fulbright-Hays!