Be sure to check out all of the new resources for Summer as you are resting and relaxing during these beautiful summer month!
Check out this Letter to the Editor of the Boston Globe from MaFLA’s Advocacy Coordinator Ted Zarrow. Latin, that so-called dead language, is alive and well and living appeared in the March 18, 2018 issue of the Boston Globe.
Hey everyone! I finally had time to update Hot on the Web. Check out all the new resources!
Check out the new resources and links on H.O.W. Hot on the Web. Lots of interesting posts and materials!
Are you attending the MaFLA 50th Jubilee Conference in October in Springfield, MA? Then you want to check out Conference Orientation 2017 containing Tips and Tricks to help you get the most out of the conference. There are also some pointers to get you up to speed on the new MaFLA Conference APP!
The Back to School Edition of the MaFLA Newsletter is available. Don’t miss the latest about our 50th Jubilee Conference and all of the great articles on its theme. We have some fascinating articles about ” Communities” as well as some articles from some new voices and from regular contributors.
GOETHE-INSTITUT SPONSORSHIP FOR MaFLA CONFERENCE
The Goethe-Institut Boston will be offering 12 hotel rooms for Friday night October 27th at the Springfield Sheraton for German teachers who have registered for the MaFLA Conference. These rooms will be distributed on a first-come first-serve basis and only one teacher per district may apply. On Friday evening the Goethe-Institut Boston will be hosting a a ‘dinner and dialogue’ for German teachers at the hotel at 7:30pm for 25 German teachers. To take advantage of these exciting opportunities, please send an e-mail to Kerstin Hämmerling at the Goethe-Institut: Kerstin.Haemmerling@goethe.de.
Lots of buzz about “going back to school.” Be sure to check out the newest links and resources!
The Massachusetts Foreign Language Association’s Alignment for World Language Educators and Supervisors which aligns the Massachusetts Model System for Educator Evaluation: Teacher Rubric and the Teacher Effectiveness for Language Learning (TELL) Project has now been posted for your to use. This document is a resource guide for identifying high-quality world language teaching as described by the TELL Project and in alignment with the Massachusetts Educator Evaluation system. The document can be found here on our evaluation resources page.