CLT events

The CLT hosts a variety of professional development events throughout the year, including the Summer months. In order to better customize and plan for these events, we strongly encourage early registration.

Jun
1
Sat
2019 HALT Summer Summit @ Moore Hall 153 A/B, 155B, 258
Jun 1 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm

Comprehension-Based Communicative Language Teaching
 
June 1 & 2, 2019 (Saturday & Sunday) 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

This two-day workshop will include:
*Opening Keynote Speaker: Waipahu High School World Language Department
*Closing Plenary Speaker: Edna Mayra Hickling (2018 HALT Teacher of the Year)
*Language learning workshops to experience learning a new language as zero-beginners
*Two tracks: Teachers who are new to Comprehension-based Communicative Language Teaching (CCLT) and teachers with some experience CCLT.
*Break-out sessions on various topics around CCLT.
*Individualized coaching sessions

Jun
2
Sun
2019 HALT Summer Summit @ Moore Hall 153 A/B, 155B, 258
Jun 2 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm

Comprehension-Based Communicative Language Teaching
 
June 1 & 2, 2019 (Saturday & Sunday) 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

This two-day workshop will include:
*Opening Keynote Speaker: Waipahu High School World Language Department
*Closing Plenary Speaker: Edna Mayra Hickling (2018 HALT Teacher of the Year)
*Language learning workshops to experience learning a new language as zero-beginners
*Two tracks: Teachers who are new to Comprehension-based Communicative Language Teaching (CCLT) and teachers with some experience CCLT.
*Break-out sessions on various topics around CCLT.
*Individualized coaching sessions

Sep
4
Wed
Fall 2019 Faculty Orientation to Online Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Sep 4 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

FACULTY-ORIENTATION

Faculty Orientation to Online Learning is a professional development series offered to the faculty and graduate students from the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. This series aims at introducing the participants to the basic principles and concepts of online teaching and learning. Instructors who complete the orientation will gain basic familiarity with theoretical and practical aspects of designing an online course, starting from either the adaptation of a traditional course or the creation of an entirely new one, as well as with the resources available to them at UH. They will also be able to earn digital badges that recognize the successful completion of the series.

The series covers three basic skill areas–Content Development, Interaction, and Technology,–and progresses through six face-to-face sessions supplemented with online content and interaction. Each of these sessions provides guided, hands-on practice and consultation opportunities to develop a fully online course. Instructors who need special accommodations to participate in or complete the orientation should contact the CLT.

Any instructor–including faculty and graduate students–in the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature can take the series. Instructors who are planning to teach an online course for the first time or who have not taught online in the last two years are required by the College of LLL to either (a) submit to the CLT a fully developed online course for review three weeks before registration for the course opens, or (b) successfully complete the Faculty Orientation to Online Learning and earn a badge representing basic knowledge and skill sets for online course design and teaching before registration for their online course opens.

This series meets Wednesdays from 1.30p – 3p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/04, 9/18, 10/02, 10/16, 10/30 and 11/13.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sep
5
Thu
Fall 2019 Exploring Blended Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Sep 5 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

BLENDED-LEARNING-ICON

Exploring Blended Learning is a professional development series offered by the CLT. The main purpose of this series is to introduce faculty and graduate students in the College of Languages, Linguistics & Literature (LLL) to the principles of blended learning, and equip them with skills and tools for implementing blended learning approaches in their course curricula.

Designed primarily for language instructors, the series comprises four face-to-face 2-hour sessions that cover the topics ranging from the exploration of individual tools for enhancing classroom activities to the construction of personal learning networks. Participants who have successfully completed the series and all required tasks can earn a digital badge.

This series meets Thursdays from 1.30p – 3.30p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/05, 9/19, 10/03, 10/17 and 10/31.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sep
18
Wed
Fall 2019 Faculty Orientation to Online Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Sep 18 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

FACULTY-ORIENTATION

Faculty Orientation to Online Learning is a professional development series offered to the faculty and graduate students from the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. This series aims at introducing the participants to the basic principles and concepts of online teaching and learning. Instructors who complete the orientation will gain basic familiarity with theoretical and practical aspects of designing an online course, starting from either the adaptation of a traditional course or the creation of an entirely new one, as well as with the resources available to them at UH. They will also be able to earn digital badges that recognize the successful completion of the series.

The series covers three basic skill areas–Content Development, Interaction, and Technology,–and progresses through six face-to-face sessions supplemented with online content and interaction. Each of these sessions provides guided, hands-on practice and consultation opportunities to develop a fully online course. Instructors who need special accommodations to participate in or complete the orientation should contact the CLT.

Any instructor–including faculty and graduate students–in the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature can take the series. Instructors who are planning to teach an online course for the first time or who have not taught online in the last two years are required by the College of LLL to either (a) submit to the CLT a fully developed online course for review three weeks before registration for the course opens, or (b) successfully complete the Faculty Orientation to Online Learning and earn a badge representing basic knowledge and skill sets for online course design and teaching before registration for their online course opens.

This series meets Wednesdays from 1.30p – 3p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/04, 9/18, 10/02, 10/16, 10/30 and 11/13.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sep
19
Thu
Fall 2019 Exploring Blended Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Sep 19 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

BLENDED-LEARNING-ICON

Exploring Blended Learning is a professional development series offered by the CLT. The main purpose of this series is to introduce faculty and graduate students in the College of Languages, Linguistics & Literature (LLL) to the principles of blended learning, and equip them with skills and tools for implementing blended learning approaches in their course curricula.

Designed primarily for language instructors, the series comprises four face-to-face 2-hour sessions that cover the topics ranging from the exploration of individual tools for enhancing classroom activities to the construction of personal learning networks. Participants who have successfully completed the series and all required tasks can earn a digital badge.

This series meets Thursdays from 1.30p – 3.30p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/05, 9/19, 10/03, 10/17 and 10/31.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct
2
Wed
Fall 2019 Faculty Orientation to Online Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Oct 2 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

FACULTY-ORIENTATION

Faculty Orientation to Online Learning is a professional development series offered to the faculty and graduate students from the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. This series aims at introducing the participants to the basic principles and concepts of online teaching and learning. Instructors who complete the orientation will gain basic familiarity with theoretical and practical aspects of designing an online course, starting from either the adaptation of a traditional course or the creation of an entirely new one, as well as with the resources available to them at UH. They will also be able to earn digital badges that recognize the successful completion of the series.

The series covers three basic skill areas–Content Development, Interaction, and Technology,–and progresses through six face-to-face sessions supplemented with online content and interaction. Each of these sessions provides guided, hands-on practice and consultation opportunities to develop a fully online course. Instructors who need special accommodations to participate in or complete the orientation should contact the CLT.

Any instructor–including faculty and graduate students–in the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature can take the series. Instructors who are planning to teach an online course for the first time or who have not taught online in the last two years are required by the College of LLL to either (a) submit to the CLT a fully developed online course for review three weeks before registration for the course opens, or (b) successfully complete the Faculty Orientation to Online Learning and earn a badge representing basic knowledge and skill sets for online course design and teaching before registration for their online course opens.

This series meets Wednesdays from 1.30p – 3p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/04, 9/18, 10/02, 10/16, 10/30 and 11/13.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct
3
Thu
Fall 2019 Exploring Blended Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Oct 3 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

BLENDED-LEARNING-ICON

Exploring Blended Learning is a professional development series offered by the CLT. The main purpose of this series is to introduce faculty and graduate students in the College of Languages, Linguistics & Literature (LLL) to the principles of blended learning, and equip them with skills and tools for implementing blended learning approaches in their course curricula.

Designed primarily for language instructors, the series comprises four face-to-face 2-hour sessions that cover the topics ranging from the exploration of individual tools for enhancing classroom activities to the construction of personal learning networks. Participants who have successfully completed the series and all required tasks can earn a digital badge.

This series meets Thursdays from 1.30p – 3.30p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/05, 9/19, 10/03, 10/17 and 10/31.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct
16
Wed
Fall 2019 Faculty Orientation to Online Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Oct 16 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

FACULTY-ORIENTATION

Faculty Orientation to Online Learning is a professional development series offered to the faculty and graduate students from the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. This series aims at introducing the participants to the basic principles and concepts of online teaching and learning. Instructors who complete the orientation will gain basic familiarity with theoretical and practical aspects of designing an online course, starting from either the adaptation of a traditional course or the creation of an entirely new one, as well as with the resources available to them at UH. They will also be able to earn digital badges that recognize the successful completion of the series.

The series covers three basic skill areas–Content Development, Interaction, and Technology,–and progresses through six face-to-face sessions supplemented with online content and interaction. Each of these sessions provides guided, hands-on practice and consultation opportunities to develop a fully online course. Instructors who need special accommodations to participate in or complete the orientation should contact the CLT.

Any instructor–including faculty and graduate students–in the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature can take the series. Instructors who are planning to teach an online course for the first time or who have not taught online in the last two years are required by the College of LLL to either (a) submit to the CLT a fully developed online course for review three weeks before registration for the course opens, or (b) successfully complete the Faculty Orientation to Online Learning and earn a badge representing basic knowledge and skill sets for online course design and teaching before registration for their online course opens.

This series meets Wednesdays from 1.30p – 3p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/04, 9/18, 10/02, 10/16, 10/30 and 11/13.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct
17
Thu
Fall 2019 Exploring Blended Learning @ Moore Hall 155B
Oct 17 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

BLENDED-LEARNING-ICON

Exploring Blended Learning is a professional development series offered by the CLT. The main purpose of this series is to introduce faculty and graduate students in the College of Languages, Linguistics & Literature (LLL) to the principles of blended learning, and equip them with skills and tools for implementing blended learning approaches in their course curricula.

Designed primarily for language instructors, the series comprises four face-to-face 2-hour sessions that cover the topics ranging from the exploration of individual tools for enhancing classroom activities to the construction of personal learning networks. Participants who have successfully completed the series and all required tasks can earn a digital badge.

This series meets Thursdays from 1.30p – 3.30p in 155B Moore Hall. Dates: 9/05, 9/19, 10/03, 10/17 and 10/31.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis.