OMLTA / AOPLV
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I had a fantastic experience participating in Projet a Québec! A few of my highlights were visiting the Cabane à Sucre and learning to play the cuillères musicales. I loved practicing my French with colleagues and facilitators of the program as well as locals within the community. Everyone was super warm and welcoming and helped me to improve as an educator and French second language speaker.
Projet à Québec was a transformative experience! Immersing myself in Quebec’s vibrant culture and language was inspiring. Engaging with locals and fellow educators deepened my skills and cultural understanding. I’ll cherish the memories and apply these insights to create more authentic learning in my classroom. Merci OMLTA !
This was my second time attending the conference and all I can say is WOW! As a Core French teacher, I find the conference reenergizing and motivating. Not only did I walk away from the sessions with new activities, teaching strategies, AND classroom management strategies BUT ALSO was able to talk with other language teachers. I highly recommend the OMLTA conference to every language teacher.
THE BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP AT OMLTA
Join Ontario’s oldest language association. Make connections with other educators and get support in teaching languages.
To be an inclusive community that celebrates plurilingualism and empowers language educators to inspire lifelong language learning for all learners.
Être une communauté inclusive qui célèbre le plurilinguisme et donne aux éducateurs de langues les moyens d’inspirer l’apprentissage des langues tout au long de la vie pour tous les apprenants.
Providing collaborative spaces that bring language educators together to build confidence and share effective practices.
Offrir des espaces collaboratifs qui rassemblent les éducateurs en langues afin de renforcer la confiance et de partager des pratiques efficaces.
The Ontario Modern Language Teachers’ Association/Association ontarienne des professeurs de langues vivantes has been supporting French as a Second Language and International Languages teachers of all programs and grade-levels since 1886.
Today, the OMLTA/AOPLV continues to support language educators throughout the province through professional development resources and experiences, through advocacy at school boards and the Ministry of Education, and by cultivating partnerships with other stakeholders in second language education.
Ontario Modern Language Teachers' Association/Association Ontarienne Des Professeurs De Langues Vivantes
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