GWATFL is a non-profit organization focused on advocacy and professional development for World Language teachers in Washington DC, Northern Virginia, and Maryland.
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GWATFL DCPS Collaborative
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The GWATFL DCPS Collaborative!
GWATFL MAP Outreach, Liaison, and Advocacy (OLA) for DCPS Initiative would like to bring together language educators from DCPS and beyond to share, co-create, and brainstorm ideas, initiatives, and opportunities for GWATFL to address the specific needs of DCPS language teachers.
In the Collaborative, we will meet, exchange perspectives and ideas on various topics, from proficiency to authentic resources, from racialized curriculum to equitable and just classrooms, from teacher burnout to self-care practices. This session will focus on What Joy Will You Have in the New Year? A conversation about goal settings for your personal and professional 2023, marked by JOY.
Please, join us online on Tuesday, January 17 at 5:30 pm.
Please, join us online on Thursday, October 13 at 5:30 pm.
Please consider filling this interest form
Hosted Online by Chiara Monticelli
✨ You do not have to be a GWATFL member to attend. This event is free and open to all World Language Educators. Please share this invitation! ✨
GWATFL ‘Teaching Insights for Professional Success,’ or TIPS for short, will give you access to presenters’ expertise with the language community locally, nationally, and globally.
Visit our GWATFL TIPS YouTube channel
Our goal with this initiative is to help members of the World Language community adapt, get inspired, and thrive through connecting and supporting one another.
Learn more about GWATFL TIPS!
GWATFL stands in solidarity with the Black community. Click here to read GWATFL statement.
Visit the GWATFL Conference Page to learn more about upcoming professional development opportunities.
Past GWATFL Virtual Fall Conference, November 2020
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