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FREE training for Nebraska World Language Educators!

May 24, 2016

If you are a World Language Educator in Nebraska, register now for the June 6-7 training at  Schoo Middle School in Lincoln, Nebraska. It is FREE for Nebraska teachers, and you must register by Thursday, May 26 at 4:00pm.  Janine Theiler in the NE Department of Education is the point of contact for the workshop. Over the two days, I will present a series of strategies that can be used to provide comprehensible input to your students. It is important that participants attend BOTH days of the workshop in order to leave with a complete understanding of why comprehensible input matters, what activities can be used to provide it to your students, and how you can make your specific content more comprehensible. What: 2 day Workshop with Martina Bex sponsored by a partnership between NDE and LPS When: Monday, June 6 (9am-4pm) and Tuesday, June 7 (9am-3pm) Where: Lincoln, NE – Schoo Middle School (Address: 700 Penrose Dr, Lincoln, NE 68521) Who: K-12 educators who will be in a Nebraska World Language classroom during the 2016-2017 academic year. Cost: FREE. We provide the speaker, activities, and lunch. You are responsible for your own transportation, your own lodging, your own breakfast/dinner/coffee. Click here to register for the workshop today! If you are interested in attending but do not teach in Nebraska, you may be able to register if space is available after registration closes. If you are interesting in hiring me to do a workshop in your area, please be aware that I will not be accepting any new invitations to present in 2016. That being said, I can certainly connect you with a great trainer for whatever content you are hoping to explore. Contact me with your location and the desired content of the training, and I'll send along some recommendations!      

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