Thursday, February 2, 2023
Presented by: Bertha Delgadillo
Teacher of Spanish & author
Wondering what effective SEL can look like in the secondary world language classroom while staying in the target language? The good news is that you are probably already practicing some type of SEL activities with your classes, and in this zero fluff session, you will explore a repertoire of SEL strategies that will guide your teaching throughout the entire academic year ranging from zero tech to a variety of tech tools!
Bertha Delgadillo is a high school Spanish teacher to novice, intermediate ,and heritage Spanish learners in Savannah, Georgia. Originally from Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico & a National Board Certified teacher, Bertha currently shares best practices & professional development for World Language teachers through her blog & active Facebook Communities Transformation Through Acquisition Driven Instruction. Bertha also serves as the leader of the GA HS Spanish Teacher PLC by providing actionable monthly professional development. Additionally, Bertha facilitates training & observations for new teachers at her school district. She has also presented & facilitated workshops for SCOLT, WL GADoe, Conference in the Cloud, World Language Teacher Summit and numerous districts in the country. She enjoys empowering teachers to continue to stay connected to their passion for world language teaching through sharing practical engagement & student agency strategies all while placing students at the center of the learning experience.