The Wisconsin Network for Early Language Learning (WI-NELL) and the Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers (WAFLT) present the
25th Anniversary FLESFEST
Active Minds, Active Bodies, Active Language:
Communicating Through Purposeful Play
March 2, 2013
University of Wisconsin-Waukesha
The Wisconsin Network for Early Language Learning (WI-NELL) FLESFEST is a one-day conference for those interested in promoting standards-based, Early Start -- Long Sequence world language learning and in articulation between FLES (Foreign Language in the Elementary School), middle school, secondary and post-secondary language programs. Started in 1989 as an extension of FLES networking sessions held at WAFLT Fall Conferences in Appleton, WI, FLESFEST provides an opportunity for world language teachers of all levels and programs to share best practices, ideas and challenges, to learn from each other and to offer support for lifelong learning of world languages. It is held, annually, on the first or second Saturday in March.
Form ore information and to download a registration form go to http://www.waflt.org/index.php?q=node/39