2021 Annual General Meeting

CASLT holds its Annual General Meeting (AGM) each fall. At the AGM, CASLT members and stakeholders gather to discuss important updates, vote, and network.

Register to the AGM-ND

 

Date and Time

October 1, 2021, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. (EDT)

Location

Hosted virtually in Ottawa, Ontario

Documents

2020 AGM Minutes

AGM Agenda

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Networking Day 2021

Each year, CASLT hosts a networking event following its Annual General Meeting (AGM). The Networking Day is a great opportunity for CASLT members, partners, and second language education stakeholders to share information and ideas.

Networking Day features updates on CASLT initiatives and priorities, presentations by invited guests, and workshops focused on a particular issue or trend affecting second language educators in Canada.

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Date and Time

October 1, 2021, from 12:35 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. (EDT)

Location

Hosted virtually in Ottawa, Ontario

Documents

AGM/ND Schedule

Concurrent Session Abstracts

What’s New at CASLT?

Gillian Blackmore and Yasmina Lemieux

Learn about CASLT’s exciting new projects, initiatives, and updates, including the CASLT Learning Centre, the CASLT Mentorship Program, projects on blended learning and the impact of COVID-19 on teacher practice, publications, and more.

CASLT Mentorship Program: Connecting Mentorship to Identity, Community, and Confidence – A Panel Discussion

Yuliya Desyatova, Mimi Masson, Philippa Parks, Monica Tang, and Carole Bonin

The CASLT Mentorship Program connects new second language teachers to experienced colleagues. This interactive session will explore how mentorship can build confidence, positive second language identities, and a sense of community among language teachers, further empowering them and aiding efforts to improve language teacher retention.

FSL Teacher Education Project Updates

Stephanie Arnott, Karla Culligan, Paula Kristmanson, and Meike Wernicke

This research project aims to identify ways to better equip new FSL teachers for success in the early stages of their careers. Learn about initial project findings related to FSL teacher recruitment and retention as well as next steps.

Leadership Strategies to Support Language Teacher Recruitment and Retention

Katherine Mueller and Joanne Robertson

This interactive session will allow current leaders of second language programs to share strategies, approaches, and innovative solutions to the ongoing challenges related to language teacher recruitment and retention. The session will be facilitated by CASLT Board members with experience in K-12 language program leadership and post-secondary language teacher education.

Have any questions about this event?

Don’t hesitate to reach out:
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613 727-0994, ext. 201

 

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