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MCTLC 2010 Fall Conference

  • 21 Oct 2010
  • 22 Oct 2010
  • Brooklyn Center, MN


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Conference Early Bird Registration - Member (until Sep 15, 2010)
  • Conference Early Bird Registration - Non-members
  • Conference Registration: Member
  • Conference Registration: Non-member

Registration is closed

M to the power of 3!
  1. The power of being multilingual
  2. The power of our multicultural heritage
  3. The power of Minnesota language education

Plan to join us at the Great Minnesota Global Languages Get-Together!

(Hard copies distributed at registration)

Online Pre-registration is now closed.

Onsite walk-in registration:  $ 125 (members) $ 175 (non-members)
Only a limited number of luncheon tickets will be available onsite as meal counts need to be committed prior to the event.  First come, first served.

Multilingual Multicultural Minnesota will bring together many of the languages and cultures taught in Minnesota schools for one common professional development event.

Thursday, October 21
Afternoon:  Preconference workshops at Brooklyn Center High

  • Minnesota Language Proficiency Assessment Rater Training Workshop
  • Web 2.0 Tools to Build Cultural Proficiency
  • Content Based Storytelling
  • Meeting the Needs of Heritage Language Learners in Spanish

Friday, October 22
Full day of conference events at Earle Brown Heritage Center, Brooklyn Center

  • Keynote Address by Dana Mortenson of World Savvy. winner of one of the 2010 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards
  • 32 Breakout Sessions for teachers of all levels and all languages on a wide variety of topics including culture, assessment, art, music, literature, technology, storytelling, immersion, etc. 
  • Exhibit Area to explore what's new in the way of resources.
  • Awards Luncheon to socialize with colleagues from across the state. 

Languages and Levels        
All languages taught in Minnesota schools: American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, Classical Languages, French, German, Hebrew, Hmong, Japanese, Minnesota Indigenous Languages, Somali, Spanish, Korean, and Persian.  Whether you teach in kindergarten or at the university, you will find sessions and workshops that are useful to you. 


Online Pre-registration EXTENDED until Oct 15th (Online payment only, no checks)  $ 100 (members) $ 150 (non-members)

Onsite Registration (October 21-22):  $ 125 (members) $ 175 (non-members)

Note:  Luncheon tickets:  Only a limited number of luncheon tickets will be available for registrations after October 15. First come, first served.  

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