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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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Teachers at colleges and universities [clear filter]
Friday, October 27
 

3:50pm CDT

Annual Meeting of the Missouri Foreign Language Consortium
Each year the five universities are required to meet annually, per our Memorandum of Agreement. Since we all attend FLAM, we hold our meeting there. It is open to whomever wishes to attend, should they wish to see how an online FL consortium works.

Moderators
avatar for Michael Sawyer

Michael Sawyer

Associate Dean, CAHSS, University of Central Missouri
Higher Education program collaboration

Friday October 27, 2017 3:50pm - 5:00pm CDT
Meeting Room 101 One Convention Center Plaza Saint Charles, Missouri 63303
  Advocacy & Collaboration
 
Saturday, October 28
 

8:00am CDT

Connections Between Universities:  Communication, Collaboration and Innovation
Department chairs from throughout Missouri address in a panel discussion of the changing landscape of the university foreign language department and ongoing challenges faced by liberal arts disciplines. Issues to be treated include advocacy for languages, the continued decline in state funding, and collaboration with secondary educators.  This session provides a unique forum for the exchange of information and ideas among university and secondary educators as we seek to strengthen the profession and provide opportunities for students.

Moderators
avatar for Toni Alexander

Toni Alexander

Professor and Chairperson, Southeast Missouri State University
avatar for Jason Jolley

Jason Jolley

Missouri State University, Springfield
avatar for Lucy Lee

Lucy Lee

Truman State University

Saturday October 28, 2017 8:00am - 9:10am CDT
Meeting Room 103 One Convention Center Plaza Saint Charles, Missouri 63303
  Advocacy & Collaboration

10:50am CDT

Enhancing the Foreign Language Curriculum Through Translation
Learn practical strategies for starting successful programs in translation. Address the needs of students who are mostly interested in functional language opportunities, not exactly in literary texts.By attending this session, all participants will acquire materials to aid in the creation of their own programs, whether as a minor, an area of concentration, a module or a certificate. As we become more and more global, translation services will be even more critical in the medical, legal, technical and business fields all over the world.

Presenters
avatar for Mercedes Stephenson

Mercedes Stephenson

2016 FLAM Grant Winner, Webster University, St. Louis
I am an adjunct full professor of Spanish and foreign language methodology at Webster University. I have taught at high school, community college and university levels. My passions are teaching, traveling, and spending time with my family and my students.


Saturday October 28, 2017 10:50am - 12:00pm CDT
Meeting Room 103 One Convention Center Plaza Saint Charles, Missouri 63303
  Curriculum & Assessment