Fall 2014 Workshop and Conference

BCCFall Workshop and Conference will be Friday, November 7 (workshop) and Saturday, November 8 (conference) at Berkeley City College: 2050 Center St, Berkeley, CA 94704

FLANC Presentation Proposal  (pdf file - doc file)

UPDATE: Please note that FLANC has extended the deadline for conference and workshop proposals to June 30. Questions: edwardstering@gmail.com. Submit proposals: FLANCproposal2014@fla-nc.org THANKS.

Exhibitor Information Letter (pdf file)
Exhibitor Reservation (doc file)

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Presentations & Discussion Papers – Fall Conference 2013

First Interest Sessions:

Fabián Banga, Berkeley City College | (9:00-9:45)
Challenges and Opportunities with the Use of Open Learning Materials (PDF file) 

Robert Morrey, Fremont Union High School, Retired | (9:00-9:45)
Tutoring Students Online via Skype Typifies Use of New Standards (PPT file)

Greg Rivera, Cengage Learning / Lorain County Community College | (9:00-9:45)
The Digital Difference: Engaging Students, Increasing Productivity, and Impacting Success (PDF file)

Second Interest Sessions:

Kaori McDaniel and Ann Jordan, Los Gatos High School | (10:30-11:45)
Building A Culture Based Curricular Unit

Jasmin Banic, Goethe-Institut, San Francisco | (10:30-11:45)
Associative Learning: Language of Head or Heart? (PPT file) 

Anne Dumontier, Gunn High School | (10:30-11:45)
Flashez les codes! Actvités dans la classe de Français avec des Flashcodes, des iPads et le Cloud (URL – prezi presentation)

Saadet Ebru Ergul, Stanford University | (10:30-11:45)
Using Technology in a Turkish Language Learning Classroom: a Toy or a Tool? (PDF file)

Third Interest Sessions:

Nina Tanti and Marie Bertola, Santa Clara University | (1:00-11:45)
Web Tools to Boost Student Involvement in Class (Nina Tanti’s presentation PPT file)

Fourth Interest Sessions

Kumi Kobayashi, Lynbrook High School | (2:00-2:45)
Curriculum Design that Promotes Thinking Skills through Learning Cultural Topics (PDF file)

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