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The 2021 Fall conference will be online. There will be live & recorded sessions, exhibitor & sponsors sessions, language group idea shares, games, and networking time. The Call for Sessions Proposals & exhibitors will be posted soon. Please check back before the end of May. 



$25 for WAFLT members - Free clock hours! 

Free for presenters!

Dates: October 6-9 (Wednesday evening - Saturday morning)


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WAFLT Fall 2002 Virtual Conference - Click the banner above to access the conference materials. 

WAFLT Fall 2019 Conference - Northern Quest Conference Center

Fall Conference program


Shared presenter materials (Fall 2019 conference)


IALLT (International Association for Language Learning Technology)

June 19th-22nd, 2019

University of Oregon - Eugene, Oregon

Theme: Creating Communities of Learners

WAFLT Spring Regional #1 

Kent-Meridian High School Saturday, March 9, 2019, from 9am-4pm.  Workshop by Ben Fisher.


WAFLT Spring Regional #2

April 13th, 2019, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.

Theme:  "First Peoples, First Languages"

Keynote: OSPI Dual Language and Indian Education Departments who shared the work of Dual Languages and

Tribal Language.

Shared resources:

Angela Dávila  - Washington State Seal of Biliteracy Who Does It Benefit? 



WAFLT-COFLT 2018 FALL CONFERENCE: "Where Educators Meet!" 

The WAFLT-COFLT Bi-State 2018 Fall Conference was held on October 11th-13th, 2018, in Portland, OR at the Jantzen Beach Red Lion

Session Handouts/Materials

At-a-glance-conference schedule - Complete version with session descriptions

Paul Sandrock, Director of Education at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages - ACTFL


Topic: Can-Do Learning: Developing Communication with Language and Culture

Friday Keynote speaker: Laura Terrill - Where Language Educators Meet: What are our shared goals? 


Saturday Breakfast Keynote: Dr. Ted Zarrow, 2016 ACTFL Teacher of the Year, - "We Are All Advocates"


Saturday Post-Conference Workshops: : Laura Terrill and Ted Zarrow


Ted Zarrow: "Keeping Students Motivated: Practical Strategies for Promoting Ownership in the WL Classroom"

Laura Terrill:  Planning for Learning: Using the IPA as an Instructional Focus"