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Technology and Second
Language Learning

 


Technology has always been an important part of CARLA's work and is now included as part of all of CARLA's initiatives. However, there is a technology-specific project and other related activities, including the CARLA website!

STARTALK:TTLO - Transitioning to Teaching Language Online

This new STARTALK program is for teachers of critical languages who want to teach their language online. Offered completely online, this 6-week, intensive course will give teacher participants the experience of taking an online course. 

Teaching Languages Online

The current technology project features different aspects of teaching online: a bibliography of resources focused on the preparation language teachers need to teach online, a survey about what preparation online language teachers actually receive, and an online Summer Institute that teaches technology online.

Technology Summer Institute Resources

The CARLA Tech Wiki contains the web resources used during the CARLA Summer Institute on Technology. There are many pages of links and information about our favorite tech tools that you will find very useful.

Technology Integration Modules

The Technology Project offers online modules for some basics of using technology in language teaching and learning. These modules were started as part of the CoBaLTT project and were developed as part of the 2006-2010 grant cycle. There will be additional modules developed as time permits.

Technology Use Survey

The LT4 project wanted to know more about what technologies language teachers are currently using in the classroom and which technologies they would like to learn more about. The results of the 2007 survey are posted.

Past Projects & Other Tech-Related CARLA Projects

Includes information on the some of CARLA's foundational work on technology projects and other CARLA projects with technology content on the CARLA website.

CARLA Summer Institutes for Language Teachers

Each summer CARLA offers a wide array of professional development opportunities for K-16 language teachers including "Using Technology in the Second Language Classroom."

CARLA Bibliography

The CARLA bibliography has more information on presentations and publications done by faculty, students, and staff involved with technology.

RESEARCH AND PROGRAMS

Articulation of Language Instruction
Assessment of Second Language
Content-Based Language Instruction
Culture and Language Learning
Immersion Education
Learner Language
Less Commonly Taught Languages
Maximizing Study Abroad
Pragmatics/Speech Acts
Strategies for Language Learning
Technology and Language Learning
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Summer Institutes
Conferences
Presentations, Workshops, and Events
Advanced Practices Certificate

ABOUT CARLA

Mission
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CARLA Staff and Faculty
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RESOURCES

CARLA Publications
CARLA Bibliography
Content-Based Lessons/Units
LCTL Database
Learner Language Activities
Immersion Education Archives
Pragmatics Bibliography
Proficiency Handbook/Lessons
Spanish Grammar Strategies
Virtual Assessment Center
Virtual Item Bank

LRC Portal
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