2022 Spring Workshop

  • 09 Apr 2022
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • PCTA, 41 Fricker St. Providence, RI
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  • Participating Organizations:

    NECTFL State Organizations

    Please send proof of membership to Holly Casimiro at casimiroholly@gmail.com
  • Current RIFLA student members

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Developing Intercultural Competency in the World Language Classroom

Presented by Dr. Manuela Wagner from the University of Connecticut

This event is FREE to all members and students.

Due to Covid, food will not be served, but there will be coffee. 

Registration deadline is April 8th – register today!  

PLUs will be available at the end of workshop to all attendees. 

Manuela Wagner holds a Ph.D. in English Studies with a specialization in linguistics from Graz University, Austria. Her research focuses on the integration of Intercultural Competence and Intercultural Citizenship (Byram, 1997, 2008) in (language) education and across the curriculum from elementary school through post-secondary education. She is particularly interested in the interplay of theory and practice and has been part of and helped create communities of practice to implement theories of Intercultural Competence and Citizenship as well as related theoretical frameworks (theories of criticality, intercultural communication, social justice, intellectual humility) in practice. The resulting book projects include the co-edited volumes Teaching Intercultural Competence Across the Age Range: From Theory to Practice (2018) and Education for Intercultural Citizenship: Principles in Practice (2017), and the co-authored book Teaching Intercultural Citizenship Across the Curriculum: The Role of Language Education (2019). She also investigates the role of educators as advocates for all (language) learners.

To Contact RIFLA:

Email: riflainfo@gmail.com

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

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