Featured summer workshop | From design to success: SHL teaching practices for engaging and empowering our students
June 24-25, 2021 9:00am - 4:30pm CST
This workshop will provide Spanish instructors with hands-on guidance for engaging heritage students based on their individual needs and local context. A variety of facilitators will share their expertise on integrating critical pedagogies, building writing skills, and engaging with the community.
- View schedule, including session descriptions and presenter bios
- Register here
- K-12 teachers, higher ed faculty, grad students: Apply to present a poster at the poster session (deadline May 17, 2021)
This workshop is intended for both K-12 and higher ed language instructors. CPE credits are available for those who attend the workshop in its entirety.
Please notify us by June 17, 2021 of accessibility needs for the workshop, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featuring sessions led by: Emily Bernate (St. Edward’s University), Nancy Domínguez-Fret (University of Illinois), Oscar Guzmán (Romeoville High School), José Esteban Hernández (University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley), Yanina Hernández (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley), Ashley Lenz (Arizona State University), Anna Marrero-Rivera (Arizona State University), Edna Velasquez (Sam Houston State University), Gabriela Vokic (Southern Methodist University), and Carl Blyth (University of Texas at Austin).
Sponsored by the Texas Coalition for Heritage Spanish (TeCHS), Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning (COERLL), and Texas Language Center (TLC).