32nd Hawai‘i Association of Language Teachers (HALT) 

Spring Conference

 
“Learners as Leaders”

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies

UH Mānoa Campus

 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

 
The theme for next year is “Learners as Leaders,” which encompasses several ideas:
 — teaching in ways that fit the ways students learn;
 — allowing students voice and choice in their learning;
 — leading as a teacher while also cultivating a learning mindset.
We welcome proposals on the conference theme and other areas in language teaching and learning. Have you, for example, developed a new course, teaching technique, activity idea, materials, or assessment tool recently? Are you and your colleagues building a plan for greater language advocacy, resources, or community involvement? Have you incorporated new technology tools into your lessons?
We know you have great ideas for the language classroom, so come and share them with your colleagues! Become an integral part of our upcoming conference by submitting a proposal for a 45-minute paper or workshop session. As an added bonus, for each proposal accepted, HALT will waive the registration fee for one presenter.

Deadline for submissions: February 15, 2018.

The Call for Proposals deadline has passed. We are no longer accepting submissions.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Emily McCarren (Punahou Schools)

ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT:

PARKING

The Dole Street Parking Structure (Zone 22) next to the UH Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies will be open and selling parking passes ($6 flat rate) from 6:30 am on. Street parking may also be available along Dole Street.

IMPORTANT: Do NOT park in the small parking lot between the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies and the Dole Street Parking Structure. This is only for UH faculty/staff with a parking permit. All others should park in the Parking Structure. Those without the appropriate permit could get ticketed.

Map (look at the bottom of the page)