Professional Development Webinars from McGraw Hill

Fall 2010 World Languages Professional Development Webinars from McGraw Hill

(information from McGraw Hill) We are featuring the following webinars on issues and trends that you
face everyday in the classroom as a foreign language teacher:

“How to Manage Disparate Skill Levels in the Intermediate Spanish
Classroom” / Presenter: Sharon Foerster

“Active and Interactive Learning in the Language Class” /
Presenter: Robert Di Donato, Miami University of OH-Oxford

“Exploring Culture in the Classroom Through Authentic Texts” /
Presenter: María Amores, West Virginia University--Morgantown

“Preventing "Identity Theft" in the Foreign Language/Culture
Classroom” / Presenter: Bruce Anderson, Johns Hopkins University

Registration for next week’s “How to Manage Disparate Skill Levels
in the Intermediate Spanish Classroom” by Sharon Foerster, University
of Texas, Austin (Retired) is open now. Please click on the following
link to sign up!

http://www.up0.net/ct.html?rtr=on&s=eaxf,hhuo,1c5j,be8o,t7i,2hbn,4968

When: Wednesday,
September 22, 2010 from 3:30 to 4:30 PM EST

McGraw Hill Listens! and is proud to offer these valuable faculty
development opportunities to our faculty community at no charge. We
will also record these Webinars for those who are unable to make it at
the scheduled time. If you have any questions please contact Alexa
Recio at alexa_recio@mcgraw-hill.com

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