FREE training for Nebraska World Language Educators!

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…

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We did it!

Thank you, Gracias, Merci, Danke, Grazie… The Art for Ecuador fundraiser wrapped up 10 days ago, and in total we raised over $7000.00 (that I know about–not all of it went through our CrowdRise campaign). I am so grateful to all of you for sharing the articles about the Ecuador earthquake and Gianina’s project with…

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Curriculum support for teachers using my Levels 1-2

A good number of you read to the end of yesterday’s post, but just to make sure I catch everyone– Sara Chronister, a Spanish teacher that has been using my curriculum units, started a Facebook group for curriculum support and collaboration for my Spanish Levels 1 and 2. I am really excited about this group and thankful…

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I can make a difference.

On Saturday, April 16, 2016, Ecuador was devastated by the worst earthquake to shake its shores in nearly seven decades. One week later, the death toll is at 650, more than 12,000 people are injured, and hundreds are missing. Carol Kovatch’s middle school Spanish class in Santa Rosa, California read last week’s  special edition of EL MUNDO…

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