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More multi-tasking children’s lit

If you use children’s stories in the classroom, are those stories skilled enough to do double – or triple – duty? Piggybacking on what Helena Curtain advised, to use literature… Continue Reading →

October 20, 2014 0 Comments

Next on my PD list: New proficiency videos

A new resource has become available to the Spanish teacher community and I really wanted you to know about it. Last night’s #langchat was about how we can push our… Continue Reading →

October 17, 2014 2 Comments

What we learned at KWLA: share, think, respect

It’s a wrap! I was back at my “home conference” in September for the 2014 Kentucky World Language Association annual conference and it felt like I hadn’t missed a beat-… Continue Reading →

October 9, 2014 1 Comment