iFLT 2016 Conference in Chattanooga

 

The International Forum on Language Teaching is a grassroots organization inspired by Dr. Stephen Krashen and dedicated to the study and development of best practices for effective language instruction.

Conference Venue :
Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences
865 East Third Street
Chattanooga TN

Call for proposals: Submit a 150-word summary of session content and a 50-word abstract for the conference program. Sessions are 1.25 – 1.5 hours. Notification of acceptance by Feb. 28. Please note: there is no stipend or discount for presenting a session. Once your session is accepted, you must be registered within 5 days for your session to remain on the schedule.

Conference pricing: Discounted registration rates will be available for Group Registrations, teachers entering their first year, and undergraduate students.

Be sure to stay tuned to the CI Peek blog! We will be giving away a FREE conference registration soon!

Pre-Conference Language Classes for Adults offered by Fluency Fast, July 16-18. iFLT attendees save $100 on FluencyFast registration! Fluency Fast Flyer

Travel & Lodging info: A limited number of rooms are available at the Read House. Once you register, you will receive a link to help you connect with a roommate (if desired).

Check out the FAQ page for more information.

Brochure

Conference Schedule

Conference Presenters

See some of the presenters from iFLT sharing their best tips and tricks for teaching languages with CI! On the EPC Show hosted by Paulino Brener!

 

 

 

 

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