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Professional Development Webinars


The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese 
and co-sponsors work together to provide AATSP members with professional development opportunities.

 

During the academic year AATSP and co-sponsors offer webinars on current topics of interest to instructors of Spanish. These webinars help instructors create new curricular offerings, utilize new instructional strategies, and design new assessments. In addition, the webinars present up-to-date information on standards, education policies, and international trends as they relate to the teaching of Spanish.

 

The AATSP is currently working with several partners to offer new professional development webinars in 2019 and beyond.

 

 

Upcoming Webinars:

 

Dual Immersion and Its Importance for Social Justice
 
October 17th, 2019 with Kim Potowski

 

In the United States there are models of primary education known as dual immersion that teach in Spanish between 50% and 90% of the day. First we will look at the results of some research demonstrating that students in these programs reach higher levels of English, academic performance and Spanish than their classmates who study only in English. Then we will consider the current and potential implications of dual immersion to promote social justice, an important issue for every student but even more forceful for the most vulnerable children and families in the country.

Click here to register for Kim's webinar. 

 

Teaching for the Long Term Memory: Have you ever heard “I studied Spanish for 2 years and I don’t remember anything!”?

January 27, 2020 with Krista Chambless

In this session we will explore concrete methods to address the underlying issues surrounding lack of lasting knowledge retention. We will address strategies to move learning from short-term to long-term memory. Presenters will share results observed in their classrooms when using such strategies. Teaching so that students will remember is possible.

 

Recent webinar topics have included the following:

 

The End of Knowing
September 26, 2019

 Visit Difusión to access the recording. 

 

Slow Teaching: reflexiones sobre nuestras creencias y prácticas con los materiales didácticos de ELE

 March 6, 2019, Noon EST

Visit Campus Difusión to create a free account and access the recording.

 

Engage Your Students Beyond the Classroom With Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica 

 February 21, 7:00 PM EST 
Visit Vista Higher Learning to access a free recording
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Speak up! Empowering the Interpersonal Mode in the Spanish Language Class

 January 24, 2019

Visit Vista Higher Learning to access a free recording. 

 

La adquisición del lenguaje: mitos y verdades

 January 17, 2019

 Take Difusión’s short survey to access a free recording. 

 

Spanish Instruction and the Common Core Standards: 

The Implications for K-12 Spanish Teaching and Learning


Common Core Text Complexity in Spanish: Is Not As "Complex” As It Seems!


Common Core and the World Language Classroom:

Shifting into High Gear with Nonfiction


Reading in the K-12 World Language Classroom
: Part 1

 

Reading in the K-12 World Language Classroom: Part 2 


Against "RULES"

 

What Can You Do with the Can-Do Statements


Virtual Interactions Foster Cultural and Linguistic Competency

 

Culturally Inclusive Practices for the Spanish Classroom


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