Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) MOOC

The National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) is pleased to once again offer our Envisioning PBLL online course. Sign up today! Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) February 1 – March 8, 2021 Registration deadline: January 28, 2021 Envisioning Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL) is designed as a 5-week open-enrollment course for language educators beginning to learn about Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL). Successful learners will be able to describe essential features of high quality PBLL and to generate high-quality ideas for projects using the Product Square. Registration and the content for this MOOC (massive open online course) is FREE. However, if you ...

2020 NFLRC Webinars: Enacting Performance Assessment through Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL)

Announcing our free 2-part NFLRC Webinar on “Enacting Performance Assessment through Project-Based Language Learning (PBLL), which will take place online on Thursday, December 17 and Tuesday, December 22, 2:00-3:30 pm Hawai‘i time. See our event webpage for more details. Register today – deadline December 16!

Introduction to Online Language Teaching: Integrating Language & Culture Instruction Online

How can technology be used to provide authentic opportunities for cross-cultural learning? Being able to communicate effectively requires more than being able to read, write, speak and understand another language. It also requires sensitivity to the culture to which the language belongs. Technology can provides authentic opportunities for cross-cultural learning.

Introduction to Online Language Teaching: So You Want to Start Teaching Online?

Questions you should ask yourself and factors you should consider before diving into online teaching. The first of a set of TED-Ed lessons designed and developed through a collaboration between the NFLRC and ACTFL’s Distance Learning (DL) Special Interest Group (SIG). The curriculum that guided this project was collaboratively developed by members of the ACTFL DL SIG and the NFLRC team and was informed by years of work in this area made available through the BOLDD Collaboratory.