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2016 Online Symposium: Project-Based Language Learning: Inspiring Teachers, Transforming Learning
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On January 12-15, 2016, the Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) Symposium will bring together experts, educational leaders, and world language teachers to foster the conversation on the potential for PBLL to transform and enhance language education. PBLL's intersections with content-based instruction, task-based language learning, and performance assessment make it an ideal conduit to ground language learning on real needs and measurable outcomes.

1/12/2016 to 1/15/2016
When: 1/12/2016

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2016 Online Symposium: Project-Based Language Learning: Inspiring Teachers, Transforming Learning

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On January 12-15, 2016, the Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) Symposium will bring together experts, educational leaders, and world language teachers to foster the conversation on the potential for PBLL to transform and enhance language education. PBLL's intersections with content-based instruction, task-based language learning, and performance assessment make it an ideal conduit to ground language learning on real needs and measurable outcomes.

We invite language educators, policymakers, researchers, and innovators to join the conversation and help further refine the PBLL framework by anchoring it to issues and ideas that are relevant to language education. This unique FREE online event will provide attendees not only invaluable opportunities to access expertise in PBLL and engage in thought-provoking and constructive dialogues, but also a chance to network with professionals who are passionate about this topic.

The symposium format makes it easy to integrate to busy schedules. Eight engaging presentations are followed by moderated participant discussions online. These interactive sessions are distributed across four days (i.e., two sessions per day). The five participants who most actively participate meaningfully in discussions will receive free enrollment in the Online Institute “Fundamentals of Project-Based Language Learning,” to be held the week after the symposium.

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