Language learners use language to engage with the world at a personal level. This session focuses on a design and implementation process in interdisciplinary learning activities to create personal experiences and make foreign language learning an integrated part in students’ lives. Participants will explore the collaborative work process in curriculum/project design and how to implement featured projects.
Helping People Understand Each Other and the World Around Them
The National Foreign Language Center (NFLC) is a unit of the University of Maryland. For more than three decades, we have focused on partnerships with educational institutions and organizations, governments agencies, organizations, and individual scholars and policy makers. Our primary means of realizing our mission is through strengthening people’s knowledge of world languages, especially those less commonly taught in the United States.