Session and Workshop Proposal From for 2020 CSCTFL - MCTLC in Minneapolis

  • Thursday, June 20, 2019
  • Tuesday, October 01, 2019
  • Minneapolis, MN


  • (approaches, methods and techniques for language acquisition)
  • (advocacy strategies; leadership; policies and issues affecting our profession)
  • (program development and advancement K-16; standards; Advanced Placement; International Baccalaureate; building excellence at all levels K-16)
  • (theory and practice; formative assessment; standards-based grading; proficiency; IPA; OPI)
  • (forging ties and career links with international interests locally and abroad)
  • (supporting other disciplines; making global connections)
  • (exploring and connecting with other cultures; student exchanges/study abroad)
  • (programs, degrees, certification; teacher preservice/inservice; professional learning communities and organizations)
  • (theoretical and classroom-based efforts regarding language acquisition, retention, assessment, etc.)
  • (digital devices and learning tools and apps; digital literacy; flipped classroom; blended learning; personalized learning)
  • (programs that focus on special needs, recruiting diverse learners, working with select groups of learners)

Registration is closed
2020 CSCTFL with the Minnesota Council on the Teaching of Languages and Cultures


Proposals are due May 1, 2019.

Each session or workshop proposal must be submitted individually. You will be notified by August 1, 2019, if your proposal has been accepted.

The conference theme especially welcomes proposals that focus on diverse learners, non-traditional learners, model programs that develop highly proficient speakers, and programs with a specific focus or purpose, in addition to dynamic ideas on teaching and learning.

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