September 24, October 22, December 3, February 4, March 11, and a bonus day on April 29, 2016-2017
• Advocate for World Languages for the Common Core• Instruct in the target language using authentic resources• Create real-world, culturally relevant thematic units• Infuse tech tools to engage all students• Address the Common Core with a toolbox of literacy development strategies• Guide instruction with essential questions and learning targets• Use authentic resources, including video, text, and multi-media of all types• Develop proficiency-based assessments: rubrics, formative, summative
All World Language, EL and Heritage Language teachers are welcome.
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Participants will make their own arrangements for lunch.)
Location: Berkeley Language Center, Dwinelle Hall, University of California, Berkeley.
Applications: Due September 9, 2016
Cost: $350 per participant
Payment must be received by September 16, 2016
Make payment to "UC REGENTS" and mail to:
Berkeley World Language ProjectBerkeley Language Center B-40 Dwinelle Hall, MC 2640University of California Berkeley, CA 94720-2640
Because our programs are authorized by the State and Federal Government as part of California’s effort to ensure that all schools are NCLB compliant, you may wish to use funds from Title I (Disadvantaged Learners), Title II, Part A (Professional Development), or Title III (English Learners).
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 510-877-4002 ext.19.
Our programs are sponsored in part, or in full, by one of the 9 inter-disciplinary networks that make up the California Subject-matter Project (CSMP). As a publicly funded organization, we are required to collect information about the programs we offer and the people who attend the programs. In addition, we collect data in order to continually improve our service to California schools, teachers, and students through research, classroom practice, and on-going curriculum development. CSMP will not sell your data to any outside vendor. Thank you for taking the time to provide your information as outlined below.
After we have created your record in the CSMP database, you can review your own information by visiting http://csmp.ucop.edu where you can request a password by using the email you provide for us below as your personal CSMP login. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the data we are collecting or how you can personally review your profile, please feel free to write us at email@example.com
Lastly, by completing this form, you authorize BWLP/CWLP/University of California to video-record and/or photograph you for the purpose of documenting best practices in the field of language education and/or to promote such programs in the future.
The BWLP Team