Whether you couldn’t get funding for #iFLT16, couldn’t fit it in your schedule, or couldn’t register before the conference filled up, you will be SO glad to read this news!
The #iFLT16 Tuesday morning Keynote with Bill VanPatten and the Tuesday afternoon Roundtable with Stephen Krashen will be LIVE STREAMED! Join us Tues., July 19 at 8:50a.m. & 1:15p.m. EST To join remotely, go to www.mycsas.com. Scroll down past the iFLT announcement and click on CSAS Broadcasting. It is not possible to stream the entire conference, and we are so grateful that the host school, Chattanooga School of Arts & Sciences, has gone out of their way to make it possible for the conference sponsors to live stream these important sessions and make them available gratis to the general public!
Want even MORE great news?? Three teacher-authors have teamed up to offer a series of three 1-hour webinars tackling the question “How to teach a novel” on July 27. Visit www.cipeek.com for more details and registration information!
11 replies on “Attend #iFLT16 online!”
Reblogged this on Kristy Placido and commented:
Great training opportunities coming your way!
How much is the live streaming for the conference? Thank you.
Do you know if the videos of BVP and Stephen Krashen’s talks will be posted online? I won’t be available at those exact times but would love to watch the videos later!
I am not certain, but I can find out and let you know 🙂
Will the video be posted on youtube? I am at the conference but the time posted was 4:30-7pm. It appears everything was over by the time I arrived. My hero of 20+ years and I missed him speaking. 🙁
For yesterday’s talk, check with Karen Rowan or visit http://www.fluencyfast.com. I know that she recorded it, but I am not sure how/if it will be made available. Karen is here at the conference so just find her and see!
Is this 8:50 a.m. Chattanooga time? As in Eastern time zone? It is not working if it is right now.
Hi Martina! I clicked the link and I got on to the CSAS broadcasting channel on YouTube, but I didn’t find the live broadcast for the 8:50 am session that was mentioned. Thanks!
It’s not working, they are troubleshooting it. Technology, ugh!
It’s on periscope now! https://t.co/okUHmFctlj