We're excited to have Thomas Sauer and Alyssa Villarreal from the Teacher Effectiveness for Language Learning (TELL) Project present to our attendees this year," said SCOLT President, Carol Anne Costabile-Heming.
The SCOLT Board of Directors and I are grateful for the ongoing support and partnership with SANS to sponsor our annual Leadership Luncheon.
SCOLT collaborates with other organizations at the state, regional, national and international levels to promote universal world language education supported by the community, valued by political and business leaders, encouraged by parents and peers and taught by exemplary instructors.
8220;SANS is pleased to once again support SCOLT and the educational leaders that play an integral part in evolving language learning for the 21st century,” said SANS president Ron Remschel.
The key discussion on leadership will be facilitated by SCOLT Board Director for Advocacy, Alisha Dawn Samples from Lexington District One in South Carolina.
8220;SANS is pleased to be a part of the important work that SCOLT is doing,” said SANS president Ron Remschel.
In addition to having participants share successes and challenges they are facing, SCOLT is absolutely thrilled to have Greg Duncan facilitate this year's session.