From NCLRC and CAL:
The National Capital Language Resource Center (NCLRC) and the Alliance for the Advancement of Heritage Languages are considering offering a summer institute for K-16 and community language teachers, administrators, and researchers to understand issues, principles, and instructional strategies for teaching heritage language learners. Participants will explore a diverse range of topics, including the design of their own curricula and lesson plans, differentiating instruction for diverse learners, selecting assessments and authentic materials, and implementing the ACTFL standards in curriculum development.
Anup P. Mahajan (Executive Director, NCLRC) and Joy Peyton (Director, Alliance for the Advancement of Heritage Languages) invite you to complete a 10-minute survey to help assess the interest of heritage language educators in participating in a workshop like this in the Washington, DC area. We also ask that you forward this survey to anyone for whom this institute would be of interest. You may fill out the survey online at this website:
Can you please complete the survey by Friday, April 20? Thank you so much!!
Anup P. Mahajan, NCLRC
Joy Peyton, Alliance for the Advancement of Heritage Languages
Survey for possible summer institute. Heritage Language listserv (firstname.lastname@example.org, 23 Mar 2012).