FLENJ Webchat Series

Welcome to FLENJ Webchat Series (60 minute live learning online with FLENJ Board members and guests) cost is $15 for members and $25 for non-members.

All webchats are currently open for registration. Webchats that have already taken place are available for purchase and download.

Please click below to register.

Choose member or non-member registration and then the list of webchats will appear to allow you to select as many as you want!

  • Webchat 1
    Can Do Statements
    Nathan Lutz
    AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
  • An introduction to the newly revised NCSSFL-ACTFL Can Do Statements. How can they be used for student goal setting? How can I use them for teacher planning?

  • Webchat 2
    Content and Connections
    Monica Lluch & Amanda Seewald
    AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!

  • How can language learning be embedded in meaningful content?
    How can I plan and implement content-based experiences that still support language development?
  • Webchat 3
    Heritage Spanish Speakers
    Michele Schreiner
    AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
  • How can I design a program to meet their needs?
    How can I get the support of my Administration?

  • Webchat 4
    World Languages in the Community
    Alice Ennis Simonson & Jennifer Jones
    AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
  • How can we bring our languages out of the classroom and into the schoolhouse/ community?
  • Webchat 5
    Interviewing for WL Positions
    Frank Ruggiero
    March 22, 2018
    7:00 pm EST
  • What should you know when interviewing for world language teaching positions? What are common questions that you may be asked? What are some uncommon questions that you may be asked?
  • Webchat 6
    AP rubrics and global themes
    Kathy Stotler
    POSTPONED
  • How can all courses and curricula be structured around the format of the AP exam? How can this help with articulation?

  • Reflecting and Planning
    Christopher Gwin & Doug Crouse
    June 25
    7:00pm EST
  • How do I use data from this year to plan for next?
    What are smart ways to use my time away from school to make things better for next year?
    How can I reflect and evaluate to become more efficacious in the classroom?
  • Making the WL Class a Critical Friends Group
    Rob Nasatir
    July 9, 2018
    7:00pm EST
  • Critical Friends Groups (CFGs) use protocols to promote dialogue and innovative thinking among educators. With little or no modification, these same protocols can be used successfully with students in the WL classroom to frame discussions, encourage conversation, and create a learning community.
  • Reflecting and Planning
    Christopher Gwin & Doug Crouse
    June 25
    7:00pm EST
  • How do I use data from this year to plan for next?
    What are smart ways to use my time away from school to make things better for next year?
    How can I reflect and evaluate to become more efficacious in the classroom?