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  • 19 Jul 2018 10:29 AM | Scott (Administrator)

    Valley Catholic High School is seeking a full-time Spanish teacher for the 2018-2019 academic year. The teaching load consists of three sections of level III and two sections of level IV.  Candidates should have a degree in Spanish and hold an Oregon teaching license. For more information, use the link below:

    https://theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=so442&fs=1.0em

  • 02 Jul 2018 2:00 PM | Scott (Administrator)

    .80 FTE Long term substitute for 7th and 8th grade Spanish.  8/21/2018-10/12/2018.  The link to the detailed job description is right here!


    .80 FTE Long Term Sub 7th-8th Spanish Teacher

    Starting Date:

     08/21/2018-10/12/2018


  • 14 Jun 2018 5:04 PM | Scott (Administrator)

    .667 Regular Spanish teaching position available at Summit High School in Bend, OR. 

  • 14 Jun 2018 12:34 PM | Scott (Administrator)

    Thank you for the grant to take some teachers to lunch!  I got to meet a new middle school teacher in our town. We shared so many ideas and had a great time.  

    Thank you again for your support.

    Sally


  • 04 Jun 2018 2:47 PM | Scott (Administrator)

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    This spring, four German high school teachers from the Eugene area got together to collaborate and exchange ideas for teaching German. We had a lot of fun sharing the newest Apps related to German language learning and the culture of the German speaking countries. Germany has welcomed many immigrants in the recent past, which sparked a wave of new materials for German as a second language. Many of these materials can be adapted to our classroom teaching, and they provide a great addition to our textbooks. The textbooks and the curricula we use were another topic we discussed. Many of us are working with old textbooks while eagerly waiting for ODE to approve new, 21 st century materials that will match today’s technology. We shared our experiences of using IPads and Chromebooks, along with Google Classroom. We want to thank the Center for Languages and International Collaboration at Pacific University for sponsoring this event. In the World Language departments at our schools we sometimes get lonely, as the only ones teaching German. Sharing materials that are specific to our language was very helpful and enriching.

    Ideas Exchange for Teachers of German in Eugene

    1. Media Apps for following German current news

    2. Ideas for teaching the topic of immigration: have students share their family stories before they discuss the topic Incorporating grammar structure of the Genitiv: die Familie meiner Mutter.

    3. Textbooks being used: Team Deutsch: Textbook; Deutsch Aktuell;

    4. App: Gothe Institut und ARD: Ankommen,

    5. Green Screen App to produce videos.



  • 17 Apr 2018 8:20 AM | Scott (Administrator)

    Ohara Catholic School in Eugene, Oregon is looking for a Full time Middle school Spanish teacher.

  • 11 Apr 2018 2:05 PM | Natalie (Administrator)

    Traverse Portland

    http://www.traverseconference.org/portland.html
    June 25, 26, 27

    Imagine a workshop where you head off campus in a bus. Imagine a conference where you're one of the experts speaking from the stage. Imagine learning new ways to teach by doing them, hands-on, like a student would. Imagine brainstorming with Post-Its and a local microbrew as you sit on a patio with a view of the Rockies. Imagine an experience where you not only leave with new ideas, but leave with new collaborators.

    Traverse is a different kind of professional experience for educators. It's hands-on, real-world, and built on the expertise of the people in the room. It's a small group of innovative educators learning together and caring about each other beyond the event itself. At Traverse, you'll be challenged to try things, take risks, make connections with other educators, and leave inspired to lead your school toward the future of learning.

    Traverse is focused on real-world learning as the future of education. "Real-world learning" isn't about one method: it refers to any learning experience that challenges students with real problems, situations, and opportunities. Real-world learning can happen in any and all disciplines. Different educators might call pieces of it project-based learning (PBL), inquiry-based learning, expeditionary learning, service learning, experiential learning, and/or design thinking. 



  • 05 Apr 2018 3:09 PM | Scott (Administrator)


    "On Thursday March 22nd, Jozef Rodríguez Bohórquez (Fulbright Foreign Language Assistant of Spanish at Pacific University), and I, Carolina García Díaz (Fulbright Foreign Language Assistant of Spanish at Lewis & Clark College) took advantage of the fact that both of us were in L.A and decided to meet up to have great Japanese food and talk. We met at the restaurant Daikokuya and we ate some really delicious food while talking about our Language Assistant experience in our respective colleges. We both exchanged tips and ideas to make the learning process in our classrooms fun and didactic. It was a fantastic dinner! "

  • 03 Apr 2018 11:23 AM | Scott (Administrator)

    Thank you so much for the $25 scholarship. It was the perfect opportunity for my colleague, Erica Hergert, and I to get together at Broadway Commons in Salem, Oregon. We are both the only language teacher in our buildings, and don't have enough opportunities to catch up and compare what we're doing in our Spanish classes. Thanks in part to a little late afternoon caffeine and a great atmosphere, we made progress toward aligning our programs according to proficiency standards, and made an assessment for our 8th-graders. Although you can work together in a school, we highly recommend applying for the $50 scholarship from COFLT and doing your work somewhere more fun!

  • 19 Mar 2018 3:58 PM | Scott (Administrator)

    ANDEO is looking for a full-time Cultural Exchange Associate who is enthusiastic about cultural exchange, enjoys challenges, loves communicating, gets excited about data and details, and would love to work with people from around the world.  Click here for more information.

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