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

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

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SWCOLT 2021 Virtual Conference:  March 26-28


Registration ($150) includes

  • SWCOLT 2021 - A 3-day virtual event with 50+ live sessions, keynote address, awards & Teacher of the Year announcement

  • a one-year SWCOLT membership

  • access to ALL SWCOLT 2021 recorded sessions through 6/30/21

  • registration for our new SWCOLT Summer Series (July 2021)

Summer 2021 Workshops

SWCOLT would love your input! We are planning a series of virtual summer workshops for 2021, and we want this professional development to be what YOU need. Please help us meet your needs by filling out this short survey by January 31, 2021. 



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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.