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Join us at the end of each semester for our LRC Workshop to exchange resources and ideas in an engaging atmosphere. Share your own successful and practical teaching tips with your colleagues. Please email us with ideas and suggestions for future workshop topics.
The 2019 Winter Workshop will take place on Wednesday, December 11 from 9 am - 12 pm with lunch immediately following. The first part of the workshop will take place at the Johnson Museum. Light breakfast will be served at the museum at 8:45 am and the workshop will begin promptly at 9 am. We will walk to the LRC around 10:50 am to continue the workshop in G25 from 11-12. Lunch will be served at the LRC at noon. Please RSVP so we have an accurate head count for lunch. Please also indicate any dietary restrictions and questions/discussion topics of interest to you.
The agenda includes the following topics:
- Enriching language learning at the Johnson Museum of Art (Leah Sweet, Brent McBride, Mary K Redmond, Felicia Teng)
- News from the LRC
- CLTL grant updates: Innovative language projects at Cornell (Naomi Larson, Meejeong Song, Mike Fontaine)
The presentations for this workshop can be found here:
Materials from previous workshops can be accessed below:
- LRC Spring Workshop 2019: Using Canvas for language learning and teaching
- LRC Winter Workshop 2018: Writing successful grant proposals
CLTL Workshops and Symposia
The Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning also offers regular workshops and symposia for language educators in the consortium.
The most recent workshop focused on Project-Based Language Teaching and Learning and was held at Yale University on October 25-26, 2019.
The call for proposals to host a workshop in 2021 will open in 2020.
The 2020 Symposium will take place May 1-2, 2020 at Princeton and will focus on "Owning the L2 Curriculum."