Now Available: Student and Teacher Participant Longitudinal Impact Reports

Every few years, STARTALK Central surveys past participants from both student and teacher programs. In response to our 2017 surveys, we heard from over 3,100 STARTALK student alumni and nearly 1,300 STARTALK teacher alumni from the past ten years. These reports detail the extensive impact STARTALK programs are having on the lives and careers of their participants, both in numbers and in their own words.

STUDENT PARTICIPANTS (2007–2016)

Watch Matt Coss' Language and Content Through Culture: Making the Match

Are you interested in hands-on cultural activities full of target language use in your classroom? Would you like to have your students doing things in the language instead of just passively observing? Watch Matt Coss' 2017 Fall Conference presentation, "Language and Content Through Culture: Making the Match for a short TL demo lesson followed by activities designed to help you better connect culture, content, and language across proficiency levels in your STARTALK classroom and beyond!

New Video - MEE: Motivate, Engage, and Empower Participants to Take Ownership of Learning

Watch the 2016 Fall Conference presentation, "MEE: Motivate, Engage, and Empower Participants to Take Ownership of Learning".The session describes Wofford College's spiral MEE implementation: motivating participants, engaging them in real-world tasks and applied learning activities, and empowering them to take ownership of their learning.

MEE: Motivate, Engage, and Empower Participants to Take Ownership of Learning

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