CULTR would love for you to join other educators at this event and other endeavors in the future. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hosted by the Center for Urban Language Teaching and Research (CULTR), a U.S. Department of Education Title VI NFLRC, the Professional Development Teacher Workshops deliver K-16 language educators the opportunity to improve their skill sets by developing proper classroom assessment, highlighting successful practices, and exploring current research in foreign language education. Workshop modules include four dynamic programs at Georgia State University with leading researchers and practicing teachers discussing how the subject matter affects day-to-day classroom situations and long-term goals. Tentative topics and instructors will be chosen on a yearly basis to coincide with trends in foreign language education. Benefits of participating in these three-day professional development experiences allows educators more ability to apply key principles of teaching and testing to curriculum, establish performance-based program goals, define student performance, and connect with other language programs.
To further assist instructors, CULTR’s workshops are competitively priced and located at Georgia State University’s downtown campus in Atlanta, GA. Special rates are provided to teachers registering for multiple workshops and school districts that register 10 or more teachers. Moreover, CULTR has partnered with GSU to offer amazing rates for premium on-campus housing, campus dining services, and parking. To learn more about these services and prices, please visit the upcoming series of CULTR’s Teacher Workshops.
As these workshops are held each summer and limited to approximately 50 teachers per workshop, please explore the portals below or contact us for more detailed information to reserve your spot today!