Empowering Mississippi educators to nurture global minds!
MFLA supports and participates in regional workshops in order to increase the awareness of resources available through MFLA and to provide accessible professional development for foreign language educators in cooperation with local educational institutions.
Contact us for information about how to plan a regional workshop in your area.
Janet Bunch, MFLA President
Regional Workshops for 2015
Was on Thursday, July 3, 2015 at Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS
Thank you to Dr. Kelly Moser for planning this workshop.
Was on Friday, July 17, 2015 at Northeast Mississippi Community College, Booneville, MS
Thank you to Laura Hall for planning this workshop. This regional workshop will happen annually, usually the third Friday of the month of July. For more information contact Laura Hall.
Was on Friday, July 24, 2015 at William Carey University, Hattiesburg, MS
Thank you to Yohanna Jiménez for planning this workshop. This regional workshop will happen annually, usually the last Friday of the month of July. For more information contact Yohanna Jiménez
What participants are saying...
Aurora Varn said...
"Foreign language teachers had the opportunity to share their knowledge to improve the teaching and learning in our classroom. The workshop took place with much professionalism and a wonderful environment."
Teresa Arrington said...
"MFLA has some extremely talented educators. Thanks to all for sharing their expertise!"
Nolvia Ventura said...
"Thank you! I always learn something new. What a way to make us feel welcomed!"
Monica Lamelas said...
"This is my first year teaching Spanish 1 and 2 in a high school. The workshop organized by MFLA provided me with wonderful and practical ideas that I can implement in my classroom to make learning Spanish more enjoyable and meaningful to teenagers. It was wonderful to meet so many foreign language teachers and to learn about all the different professional organizations available to us. I felt energized and ready to tackle my first of many years as a teacher."