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CARLA Summer Institutes 2014
Integrating Theory and Practice
The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) at the University of Minnesota has offered a summer institute program for second language teachers since 1996. The institutes offered by CARLA reflect our commitment to connecting research with practice as well as our ongoing mission to share what we've learned with teachers and their second language learners. Linking research and theory with practical applications for the classroom, each institute includes discussion, theory-building, hands-on activities, and networking with colleagues.
Look for course details in December, 2013 and registration in January, 2014.
Who Participates in the CARLA Summer Institutes?
CARLA summer institute participants - more than 4,000 to date - have come from every state and countries all over the world. They have included foreign language, immersion, and ESL teachers at all levels of instruction, as well as program administrators, curriculum specialists, and language teacher educators.
The institutes have been developed and are supported,
in part, by the U.S. Department
of Educations Title VI Language Resource Center program. The summer institutes are co-sponsored by the University of Minnesotas College
of Education and Human Development and College
of Liberal Arts.
Many of the institutes fill up quickly, so register early!