This special edition of Réflexions celebrates CASLT’s 50th anniversary and looks back at the association’s successes, challenges, and innovations over the past five decades. Reminisce with us and learn how CASLT has developed into the impressive organization it is today.
With articles by Wendy Carr, Jim Murphy, Caterina Sotiriadis, and more.
With the rapid, large-scale switch to online teaching last March, teachers had to adapt quickly — but it hasn’t always been easy. CASLT has created a new resource to help teachers better function in a distance learning and teaching environment. Welcome to “My Virtual Classroom!”
Registration is open for our third My Virtual Classroom webinar: Tools, Materials, and Games for an Interactive Online Classroom, presented by Glenn Cake.
November 24 at 7 pm EST (English)
Register here: https://caslt.wildapricot.org/event-4045666
November 26 at 7 pm EST (French)
Register here: https://caslt.wildapricot.org/event-4045680
Sessions will be 45 minutes, with Q & A to follow. All content will be posted on our CASLT Learning Centre afterwards.
Language Navigator is a search engine that allows you to simultaneously search in all of the Portal’s writing tools to find answers to questions on difficult points of language in English and French. It also allows you to find solutions to common translation problems and stay up to date on evolving language usage. With a modernized interface, the improved Language Navigator includes new options for searching and filtering results.
Winnipeg French language school switching to remote learning
One Winnipeg school is moving its students to remote learning because of COVID-19. Centre Scolaire Leo-Remillard, located on St. Anne’s Road, is switching students to remote learning, saying COVID-19 cases in the school continue to grow.
Indigenous language curriculum is coming to schools across the territory
Our Languages is an Indigenous language curriculum set to launch across schools in the NWT. The GNWT describes the curriculum as a whole-school approach to language learning to ensure that Indigenous languages are heard and spoken throughout schools, at assemblies, and during routines and in all Northwest Territories classrooms.