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Saturday, March 23 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Lasting Teachings or Teaching for the Long-Term Memory (7-5)

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Have you ever heard “I studied Spanish for 2 years and I don’t remember anything!”? In this session we will explore concrete methods to address the underlying issues surrounding lack of lasting knowledge retention. We will address strategies to move learning from short-term to long-term memory. Presenters will share results observed in their classrooms when using such strategies. Teaching so that students will remember is possible.

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Krista Chambless

University of Alabama
Associate Professor of Spanish, French and FL MethodologiesPresident of SCOLTPD Director of AWLA2022 ACTFL/DL SIG Award for Excellence in Online Teaching2021 ACTFL Wilga Rivers Award for Leadership in WL Education2013 Educator of Excellence
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Sandrine Hope

Adjunct Associate Professor, The University of Alabama at Birmingha
French professor (asynchronous, online)Co-Host of the podcast Step into Mondays!Content creator for Teachers Pay Teachers (Scarlet and Friends)Editor for the National BulletinPotter (find my creations and videos about them on Instagram: French Frog Pottery)

Saturday March 23, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am EDT