FRIDAY, MARCH 28th, 2014
University of Nebraska Omaha's 8th Annual Colloquium on Language Teaching
Submit a proposal or plan to attend
2014 Call for Proposals
8th Annual Colloquium on Language Teaching Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 1:00 to 5:00 on the UNO campus.. This is a free event and is open to the public.
We invite proposals from the following areas: language teaching/learning strategies, language learning styles, pedagogical innovations in language teaching, assessment & evaluation, language & culture, teaching literature and/or civilization, language & technology, second/foreign language acquisition, literacy, applied
linguistics, and sociolinguistics. Proposals from teachers at all levels of instruction and of all world languages and ESL/EFL are welcome; however, first priority will be given to proposals that are accessible to teachers of all languages and levels.
Sessions will be comprised of 25-minute presentations and a 10-minute period for discussion and questions. The core goal of this colloquium is to share pedagogical
innovations, to create a community of area language teachers/learners, and to promote interdisciplinary
collaboration and research in the field of Language Education.
NATSP held its fall meeting at the 2013 NILA conference.
New officers assumed their posts.
Plans were made to:
1) Create a new website,
2) Plan a spring mini-conference
3) Plan a fall immersion to precede NILA's 2014 conference in Grand Island
4) Communicate some questions about the National Spanish Examination to AATSP