HALT 2021 Virtual Hoʻomoana

CCLT Summer Summit

June 8, 9, & 10 (T/W/TH)


Presented Virtually via ZOOM & Wonder Room

Thank you for attending this year’s Virtual Summer Summit! Please access the RESOURCE DOCUMENT to find links to the video recordings, presentations, and other resources. We hope you enjoyed the conference!

Hoʻomoana, in Hawaiian, invokes the imagery of relaxing by the ocean in a camping  atmosphere.  In a hoʻomoana style gathering, the HALT Summer Summit 2021 calls on World Language educators to gather together for a common purpose to share, learn from one another, and grow in mind and spirit. The focus of this hoʻomoana is  Comprehension-based Communicative Language Teaching (CCLT).  If you have never heard of CCLT or need a refresher, please watch our 2020 introductory video.  We invite you to join the hoʻomoana featuring Local Talent sharing knowledge and expertise in a casual setting with ample opportunities for networking, asking questions, and sharing your ideas!  

This three-day hoʻomoana will include:

  • Local teachers sharing comprehension-based strategies & resources for multiple languages at varying proficiency levels
  • Experience in being a beginning language learner 
  • Opportunities for coaching with feedback
  • Talk story w/ local teachers (a.k.a. “unconference”)

Registration Information:

The HALT 2021 Virtual Hoʻomoana CCLT Summer Summit welcomes all language educators. No experience in CCLT required.

Please REGISTER by Sunday, June 6.   

  • $30 HALT members
  • $55 non-HALT members**

Schools and departments, we now have a new HALT Summer Summit Group Registration invoice request form, which you can use to pay for your teachers or students. After submitting the information in your form, we will verify the information and then issue an invoice, which you can pay either via check, PO, or credit card.

Conference login information will be shared via email on Monday, June 7th.  If you do not receive your login information by noon on June 7th, please check your SPAM folder first and then contact Reed Riggs or Jeenna Canche so that we can resend.  


If you are unsure of your HALT membership status, please send an email to us to inquire.

Cancellation policy: If you need to cancel your registration, please send an email to us no later than June 6, 2021 and we will refund your money, minus a small administrative fee. There are no refunds after that date or for conference no-shows.

Questions? Please contact Reed Riggs or Jeenna Canche