SWCOLT Summer 2021 Virtual Workshops
NOTE:  All sessions will be recorded and available through Sept. 30, 2021

SWCOLT has 3 great summer workshops for your summer professional development.

Workshop 1 - AnneMarie Chase - June 23 (This workshop has ended, but registrants have access to recording through 9-30-21.)

                      9-10:30 am HI, 12-1:30 pm PT, 1-2:30 pm MT, 2-3:30 pm CT

Workshop 2 - Greta Lundgaard - July 13

                      9 am-12 pm HI, 12-3 pm PT, 1-4 pm MT, 2-5 pm CT

Workshop 3 - Heather Sweetser, 2021 SWCOLT Teacher of the Year - July 27

                      9-10:30 am HI, 12-1:30 pm PT, 1-2:30 pm MT, 2-3:30 pmCT



Cost:  $25 per workshop or $50 for all 3** (Register below.)

**There is no cost to attendees of SWCOLT 2021, but you must register below to receive a login code.

Get ready for SWCOLT/PLAN 2022!!
Call for Proposals opens August 5.

In person conference in
Reno, Nevada

March 24-26, 2022

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Did you attend SWCOLT 2021?  Here's how to get your certificate of attendance--

You have received an email from SWCOLT with a conference evaluation attached.  When you have finished the evaluation, you will receive your certificate of attendance.



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The Southwest Conference on Language Teaching is a regional world language teachers' organization that hosts an annual conference in partnership with state world language teacher associations. The participating states in SWCOLT are Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.

The purposes of the organization include:

  • Disseminating and publicizing information, data, and materials which promote, develop, and enhance the study and teaching of languages together with their  literatures and cultures

  • Recognizing and publicizing excellence in second language study and teaching

  • Promoting the work and interest of state language organizations

  • Cooperating with state, national, and international organizations whose purpose is to enhance second language study and teaching.