Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) and the Second Language Classroom

  • 13 Sep 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • University of Rhode Island, Swan Hall 305, 60 Upper College Road, Kingston, RI 02881


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Connect, Create, and Collaborate!

Would you like to connect with other second language teachers?
Would you like to create meaningful and measurable SLOs?
Would you like to collaborate in the development of assessments to measure growth?

Free to RIFLA Members!

RIFLA Membership is only $12, and includes additional benefits to you as a world language educator, such as a reduced fall conference and special workshop rate.

Participants will:

  • Join a professional learning community committed to proficiency-oriented second language education.

  • Gain a more confident working knowledge of implementation of the RIDE Student Learning Objectives as they apply to the second language classroom.

  • Learn how to create, administer, and adjust assessments to ensure growth for all students.

Please bring an example of a 2013-14 SLO, ideas for the 2014-15 year, and other tools you use in this process. You may also wish to bring a laptop or a tablet.

Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) are long-term, measurable academic goals that educators set for their students. They should focus on priority content, be measured by appropriate sources of evidence, and include specific targets for student mastery or progress. They are used as a measure of student learning by all educators participating in the Educator Evaluation System. 

To Contact RIFLA:


Mailing address: RIFLA, PO Box 95Foster, RI 02825-1326

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