Welcome to the preliminary schedule for the 2017 FLAM Conference to be held October 27-28 at the St. Charles Convention Center. This schedule to subject to change.
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Haydee Taylor-Arnold

Ladue Horton Watkins High School
FLAM President, Spanish Instructor, and Character Ed Advocate
St. Louis, MO
Haydee Taylor-Arnold has 17 years of experience in the field of language education and has taught elementary, middle school, high school, and college. Originally from Panamá, she graduated with a Bachelor in English from Universidad de Panamá. Having relocated to Missouri, she earned her Master in Teaching from Lindenwood University and her Master of Arts in Spanish Literature from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a Ph.D. student in Curriculum and Instruction and is currently working on her dissertation at Saint Louis University. Haydee is the President of the Foreign Language Association of Missouri (FLAM) and teaches Spanish at Ladue Horton Watkins in St. Louis, Missouri. She has presented sessions in many language and technology associations such as AATSP, FLAM, CSCFTL, MWALTT, and METC. In addition to presenting, she is very active in service with FLAM, CSCFTL, and ACTFL, advocating tirelessly in all aspects of language learning and diversity. She is a member of ACTFL Leadership Initiative in Language Learning (LILL) Cohort 1. She has served her school and district as well in the past as the Modern and Classical Languages Curriculum Meeting Chair, the STEM Cohort and the Diversity and Character Education Committees. You can follow her on Twitter @Sra_Arnold.