CT COLT would like to thank the sponsors and exhibitors of our fall conference. Please click HERE to view a list of sponsors and exhibitors for the 2017 fall conference.
Please click HERE to view a list of the fall conference attendees. This list reflects only registrations that were received on or before October 5th.
IMPORTANT NEWS: Workshop D28/E28: Dynamic Rubrics to Empower Your Students has been cancelled by the presenter. Please do NOT select this workshop!
Fall Conference 2017:
CT COLT is actively seeking a host school for the 2018 Poetry Recitation Contest. Please click HERE to download the information sheet and proposal form.
To view a presentation on the implementation of the Seal of Biliteracy, please click HERE.
CT COLT offers three monetary awards for teachers (Helen Amaral Award, Jane G. Graveen Award and Robert G. Mead, Jr. Award) and two scholarships for students (Irene Stanislawczyk Scholarship and Kenneth A. Lester Student Summer Immersion Scholarship). Please consider donating to one, two or all of the following funds for scholarships and awards. If you wish to donate please click here. We greatly appreciate your generosity.
CT COLT’s NEW blog forum is up and running! Please join other world language educators just like yourself as we help one another, seek support, share best practices and discuss the latest research. We look forward to reading your thread soon! To access the blog forum, click on "The Column" link in the upper right corner of this page.
|NECTFL Registration OPEN|
|Scholarship for University Students for Foreign Travel|
|ACTFL Convention Program Now Online|
|Alyssa Villarreal to keynote the 2017 Fall Conference|
|Donations to CT COLT Award and Scholarship Funds|
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The Connecticut Council of Language Teachers (CT COLT) promotes, advocates for and fosters the teaching and learning of World Languages and Cultures. We support, guide and connect educators, students, policy makers and the public through professional development, scholarship and collaborative initiatives.