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Friday, November 9 • 2:40pm - 3:00pm
Building "Pathways" to a deeper, broader multilingual network of teacher educators and language learners

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This free repository will soon host over 450 free classroom-ready activities for language instructors across Idaho to use in their classrooms. Learn more about Boise State World Languages' exciting new project for open educational resources (OER) and find out how you can get involved! 

The Pathways Language Teaching Repository (LTR) is an open (i.e., freely accessible) site, where language instructors can access: 1) classroom-ready teaching materials aligned to Idaho State Standards and ACTFL performance measures (i.e., four skills, three modes); and 2) Digitally-tagged classroom observations of Master K-16 teachers who implement classroom-ready teaching materials successfully. This LTR offers a transferable model for rural states struggling to provide a unified community of practice and standards-based curriculum for language teachers. 

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Kelly Arispe

Associate Professor, Boise State University
Kelly Arispe (Ph.D), is an Associate Professor at Boise State University where she teaches upper-division Spanish courses with an emphasis in Hispanic Linguistics. She is also the Program Coordinator for French, German and Spanish pre-service teacher candidates receiving a major in... Read More →
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Amber Hoye

Director of World Languages Resource Center, Boise State University
Amber Hoye (M.E.T), is the Director of the World Languages Resource Center at Boise State University where she supports faculty implementing educational technology and other innovative practice including OER, supervises an interdisciplinary team of student employees, and teaches a required course for language majors to prepare for attending graduate school... Read More →

Friday November 9, 2018 2:40pm - 3:00pm MST

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