While many of us are Staying Home and Staying Safe, don’t miss these resources from UNCG! For those of you who are home with school age kids, these K-12 resources for Science, Social Studies, Literacy, Writing, and more! Get more out of your meals with this nutrition advice from the UNCG Department of Nutrition! And […]
Given the current university guidelines, CDLC is cancelling the conference scheduled for March 28 and the presentation from Dr. Ayesha Boyce that was scheduled for March 18. Both events will be rescheduled during the 2020-21 academic year.
Please take note of the following conference cancellations: 3/24-26: SCOLT Conference, Mobile, AL CANCELLED due to COVID-19 SCOLT offers an annual conference, the academic journal Dimension, a semi-annual newsletter SCOLTalk, and a variety of awards and scholarships. Feel free to explore the SCOLT resources online and mark your calendars for the next SCOLT Conference, which will be in […]
From UNC Greensboro: “We have an important update regarding #COVID19: While there are no confirmed cases at UNCG, we will suspend face-to-face classes for one week starting March 16, and shift classes online by March 23. Existing online classes will continue as normal next week. Read our full message to campus here: https://uc.uncg.edu/novel-coronavirus-covid-19/ ” […]
From the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), a series of opportunities for Students: January 31: Apply for Ken Stewart Future Language Educator Scholarship if a high school senior February 1: Apply for NFMLTA Dissertation Support Grant if a PhD candidate with an approved proposal Apply for NFMLTA/NCOLCTL Graduate Student Research Support Award if focused on the teaching […]
From the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), a series of opportunities for educators: January 31: Apply for the ACTFL MIddlebury Research Forum in June 2020 if a PhD candidate or professorApply for the Brussels Study Tour Grants if a K-12, community college, or HBCU instructor Apply for the Middle East and African Cultures (MEAC) Teacher […]
If you’d like to hear more about our End of Year celebration on December 2nd, 2019 at Hunter Elementary, the UNCG Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Services (OAERS) has released its findings, which you can read below!
Just released from OELA, three new fact sheets! English Learners and Instructional Programs, Dual Language Learning Programs and English Learners, and Technology Use with English Learners! For these fact sheets and previous sheets, head over to: https://www.ncela.ed.gov/fact-sheets If you haven’t read it before, Why Cultural Understanding is Essential is an interesting read on cultural competence! […]
At our End of Year Celebration, we invited participants to share their voice with us! We’d love to hear your answers too!
We were thrilled to co-host a End of Year Celebration with Hunter Elementary and can’t wait to see you in 2020!