Fall Conference 2014

Diversity, Equity, & World Languages: 
Empowering Teachers for Change

How do we as world language educators make our classrooms equitable and inviting to students in this increasingly diverse world of ours? This year's conference will focus on our piece of the academic puzzle.



ACTFL Teacher of the Year Yo Azama is the 2014 Keynote Speaker.  Always thought provoking, Azama promises to address our theme, Diversity, Equity and World Languages: Empowering Teachers for Change.  A native of Okinawa, he teaches Japanese at North Salinas High School in Salinas, California with dynamic interactive activities. Widely published in the field of language education and cultureAzama has been addressing conference attendees with his uncanny sense of humor and insights since he was named the ACTFL 2012 Teacher of the Year. 



2014 Conference attendee highlights:

"Meeting and working with [2014 conference keynote] Yo Azama was inspiring and energizing."

"The entire conference was wonderful. Yo Azama was an awesome speaker; engaging, entertaining, and had a great message. I left each of my breakout sessions with new tools to use in my class, and I loved the opportunity to network with other language professionals."

"Connecting with others, particularly with colleagues and friends whom I haven't seen in a while. Overall, you all did a great job with the conference; it was clear that you worked hard to put together a quality experience for everyone who attended. I appreciated that as an attendee. It was a really nice day; thanks for all of your work!!"

"Connecting with world language teachers and learning from them. Yo Azama was a lot of fun (which is important at an event like this!) and I learned about opportunities for students and teachers at the exhibits and through the presentations. It was all good!"


Conference


Friday, October 24, 2014

Plan your day with the Fall Conference Program and Session Schedule

Earle Brown Heritage Center,
Brooklyn Center Map/Directions

7:30 Registration Opens
8:00 Exhibits Open
8:00 Continental Breakfast
8:30 Breakout Sessions Begin
9:30 Keynote Address
12:00 Awards Luncheon/Annual Meeting
5:00 Breakout Sessions End

Conference Rates*

Early Registration 
through September 15 - $125

Registration 
through October 15 - $150

Onsite Registration 
on October 24 - $175

Future Educator Awardees
through Oct. 15 - FREE with MCTLC student membership. Applications are now being accepted.

Post-Conference Workshops

Saturday, October 25, 2014

View Post-Conference Workshops

Workshops will take place at various locations around Mpls./St. Paul

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Post-Conference Workshops Rates*

Add a workshop to Friday Conference 
anytime** - $50




*Your paid registration
 automatically begins or renews your one-year membership. Make online payment with PayPal or a credit card or send checks to: MCTLC, PO Box 11926, St. Paul, MN 55111

**Contact membership@mctlc.org to add a workshop if you've already registered for the conference.

Where to Stay

Embassy Suites, a longtime supporter of MCTLC, is your place to stay for the conference and all year long. MCTLC members receive a discount whenever they stay at the Embassy Suites. Just mention group booking code CTL when you register for the conference rate of $124/night. 


Embassy Suites

6300 Earle Brown Drive

Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, 55430

Tel: 1-763-560-2700  

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