Presentations from 2016 Conference

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   Advertisements

How might focusing on interest and adventure change our teaching?

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?

AFLA/PNCFL Membership

If you are unable to attend the 2016 conference in Anchorage, you can still maintain your active member status of AFLA and PNCFL for the upcoming school year! Annual membership for the two organizations is $40.00, and you can register at this link.

AFLA 2016 Credit Course

As in the past, attendees have the option to earn 1 graduate credit for their learning at the 2016 conference. The credit is offered through UAA, and the course instructor is Brandon Locke, Director of World Languages for the Anchorage School District. Participants are required to attend all sessions at the conference and submit a 2-page reflection … More AFLA 2016 Credit Course

Call for Proposals: AFLA 2016

“Pique Their Proficiency” is the theme of the Alaskans For Language Acquisition (AFLA) 2016 Annual Conference. The conference will take place at the University of Alaska-Anchorage from September 23-25, 2016. It will feature sessions, workshops, vendor exhibits, and unlimited opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from across the state. The 2016 conference committee is seeking proposals … More Call for Proposals: AFLA 2016