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NEEDED URGENTLY: Spanish Teacher (Levels I and II) at Prattville High School (Autauga County Board of Education)

To view the position click here and proceed to the second set of Certified Positions. The position is listed on that page. The application process begins on the ASLDE website with the submission of your application which will then follow by a contact for an interview by our principal, Mr. Richard Dennis. If you have any questions, please contact Marlin Harris (Foreign Language Chair, PHS) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 334-328-2377.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Madison City Schools French 1-4

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Needed: Online World Language Teachers

Turn your foreign language education teaching experience in a new direction - teach online and prepare the next generation to compete in a global world!

Middlebury Interactive Languages is an online language learning company that combines the rich history of Middlebury College's world language programs with ground-breaking technology for creating effective online courses. We are currently hiring part-time online teachers in Spanish, French, Latin, German, Japanese and Chinese. Middlebury Interactive teachers use research-based immersion teaching standards to deliver instruction in online world language course(s) and provide ongoing student support to ensure a successful virtual classroom experience and course completion. Candidates must hold a U.S. state teaching certificate in one of the languages listed above.

To apply, please go to www.middleburyinteractive.com and click Careers.

AATSP Conference Information

The deadline to register for the 2014 AATSP Conference is June 10. Click here for details.

Job Announcement

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte seeks applications for the position of Director of the Language Resource Center (LRC). This is a full-time, 12-month position to begin August 1, 2014.
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REMINDER: AAFLT spring business ballot and questionnaire 2014 Vote by Tuesday, May 27

Dear AAFLT Members, I hope that you have had a good spring semester and are looking forward to the summer.

Because our conference was cancelled due to inclement weather, we have some business that we need to tend to virtually. We need to approve the minutes from our April 2013 business luncheon meeting with SCOLT at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex, approve the treasurer's report, and vote on the proposed slate of officers. Please read the minutes and the treasurer's report attached at the bottom of this message then go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2RSC6KB to vote on these matters by Tuesday, May 27th.

If you have any news to share about your school, summer programs, or job opportunities, please send it to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or to our newsletter editor, Lisa Loyd at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or to our Web Master, Andy Milstead at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Look for our spring newsletter soon at http://www.aaflt.org.

We look forward to seeing you January 30-31, 2015 at Auburn University at Montgomery.

Apply to SUPER Teacher Program!

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Best Practices World Languages Educators Workshop

July 18, 2014 at Northeast MS Community College. Click here for details.

Job Announcement: Spanish Teacher Needed

Spanish teacher needed at Homewood High School for a maternity leave October-December 2014

3 Spanish I classes and 2 EL classes (either a Learning Lab type class and/or Language Development--intensive language skills class)

Dr. Zachary Barnes at 871-9663 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Homewood High School
1901 S. Lakeshore Drive
Homewood, AL 35209

Samford University to Bring Ancient Rome to Life for Grades 1-7 July 14-25

A unique summer day camp at Samford University July 14-25 will give Birmingham-area elementary and middle school students a chance to do as the Romans did.

Samford’s Department of Classics is partnering with Ascanius: The Youth Classics Institute to offer LatinSummer, the oldest and largest program of its type in the nation. The camp will be held 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. weekdays. Registration is open to any student currently enrolled in grades one through seven. No prior knowledge of Latin or classics is required.

This will be LatinSummer’s second year in Alabama, but an all-new curriculum for 2014 welcomes both new and returning students. Participants will enjoy exciting classes in mythology, various aspects of Roman culture and even the Latin language. Hands-on activities will include carving inscriptions, building models, playing language games and creating Roman clothing.

As the LatinSummer students learn about Latin and classical studies, they will also enhance their knowledge of other subject areas and explore how the ancient Roman world has shaped our modern world.

Registration for LatinSummer is $275, with significantly reduced rates available depending on financial need.

To learn more and to register: click here.

LatinSummer classes will be taught by a staff of high school and college Latin students under the supervision of experienced teachers. All teachers are invited to visit LatinSummer as observers to discover ways to incorporate Latin and classical studies into their classrooms and to learn from the program. Call (866) 933-9466 for more information or to schedule a visit to LatinSummer.

 Job Announcement: Spanish Language Instructor/Program Development Project

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Foreign Language Film Conference VII

"The Great War: Illusions and Disillusions"

University of Alabama at Birmingham
30 October - 2 November 2014
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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!

Pearson Educators Needed to Score the edTPA

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