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Are students receiving multicultural education in our schools? 0 R. Bell World Language Leaders in Action (WLLA) AATSP HAWAII CHAPTER ROSA BELL - PRESIDENT Our Hispanic Honor Society and the multicultural club leaders created a successful project this year for all World language Spanish classes students working collaboratively while creating cultural diverse programs, activities, and ideas, for students, families and the community in general.  Start with the Why of Your Project Because our school need cultural diverse programs in which all students have the opportunity to explore other countries cultures and languages. Increasing interest in learning Spanish. If this will be happening before, we will have a language center, we will be teaching more than 5 languages, we will be able to offer AP Spanish language classes.  If we will continue with this idea then we will expand students knowledge, creativity, and interest in learning a second language. We will have more families and members of the community involved in our school activities and cultural programs.  Actual Project results:  The 2019 Multicultural festival hosted by the Hispanic Honor Society and the Multicultural club.   The project were successfully developed by students and the integration of the community as a part of the Lemon Tree grant requirements with a Multicultural Festival. Students successfully created an event, working as a team the last 8 months. This cultural events, creates respect for the universal values of human rights, empower language learners to engage and assume active roles to shape a more peaceful, tolerant, inclusive campus with the goal of intercultural understanding.
by R. Bell
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Let Your Voice Be Heard! 1 T. Beeman Thank you, Tom, for submitting this valuable information. Some states, like California, are progressing nicely with adoption of the new framework in language teaching. Let’s do our share as professionals to become informed in order to advocate in this initiative.
by A. Aloia
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
9-12 Committee Report for Publication 2019 0 C. Flax Attention 9-12 High School teachers!
by C. Flax
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Welcome to your 9-12 Forum 0 C. Flax This is our special area to communicate about ideas, concerns and suggestions related to our level of instruction.  First, you should know that there is an active 9-12 Committee who represents you on the AATSP Executive Board. The current committee members are: Cynthia Flax-2019 Chair Adriana Aloia-2020 Stephanie Enseñat-Davis-2021 Sal Muffoletto, NSE Representative 2021 Martha Vasquez, Ex Oficio, AATSP President 2019   We hope to meet you at our first 9-12 Town Hall Meeting which will take place at the AATSP National Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico from July 9-12, 2020. Stay tuned for the specific date and time of our Town Hall Meeting. Feel free to post by clicking on the 9-12 Forum link. The next page is the 9-12 Forum Index page, press 9-12 Forum and it takes you to the new topic page, which will lead you to the posting page. There you can post your message, attachments and upload any image. If you have any questions please contact either Cynthia Flax ( or Adriana Aloia (
by C. Flax
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
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