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Congratulations 2015 AAFLT Award Winners!
2015 AAFLT Outstanding Teachers:
K-12: Monica Slaughter, Mountain Brook Elementary School
Post-Secondary: Kristy Britt, University of South Alabama
Alabama Nominee SCOLT Teacher of the Year: Lisa Garrison, Vestavia Hills High School
Alabama Nominee SCOLT Educator of the Year: Pamela Long, Ph.D., Auburn University at Montgomery
AAFLT Outstanding Administrator: Catherine Daniélou, Ph.D., University of Alabama at Birmingham
AAFLT Promising New Foreign Language Teacher: Sara Ahnell, Opelika High School
Congratulations! 2015 AAFLT One-Minute Video Contest Winners!
“Advocacy: Speaking out for Foreign Languages”
Secondary Division: Grace Brindley & Mallory Barry (Teacher: Kathy Rogers) - Pizitz Middle School Vestavia Hills, Alabama
Post-Secondary Division: Emily Hancock & James Barker (Teacher: Heather A. West) - Samford University Birmingham, Alabama
2015 Conference Recap
Thanks to everyone who made our 2015 conference at Auburn University at Montgomery a success! AAFLT, now the Alabama World Languages Association (AWLA), appreciates the staff at AUM, the organizers, the presenters, the vendors, the volunteers, and the attendees all played an important role. Thanks to Marty Abbott of ACTFL for her inspiring words about foreign language advocacy in Alabama and for her expertise on assessment."
A new Website for the now the Alabama World Languages Association (AWLA) is coming soon along with our call for session proposals.
Click here for a recap of our 2015 conference and join us for our conference next year at:
January 29-30, 2016
“Preparing Students to Meet the Challenges of a Globalized Society”
Head of School Opportunity
Click here for details!
SCOLTalk Fall 2014
The fall issue of SCOLTalk, with a 2015 conference preview, has recently been published. Click here to read it.
Alabama German Teachers & Programs in Alabama
Below is a link to various German programs in Alabama:
Part-time Employment Opportunity
EF Foundation for Foreign Study, a non-profit, is hiring exchange coordinators throughout Alabama to bring high school exchange to local communities. Language teachers have the perfect background to work with our exchange students. This is something that can be done while working full time as it is up to the coordinator as to how much they would like to work.
Contact: Angie Redford
Host an exchange student!
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