The Gender-Just Language Education Project

This set of open resources was created by Dr. Kris Aric Knisely (University of Arizona) to support language educators in engaging with trans knowledges and proactively planning for gender justice. It guides these educators in teaching gender-inclusive and non-binary...

Socioscientific Resources for LCTLs Classrooms

This set of resources includes an archive of contemporary Socioscientific Issues (SSI) as they manifest in Korean media and discourses, and a manual and webinar that train educators in their use. The materials were developed, piloted and refined by a group of...

Language Program Direction Self-Study Modules

These modules are for educators who are interested in becoming postsecondary language program directors (LPD) or in learning more about what LPDs do and the multiple facets of this complex and rewarding job. Although the intended audience is novice and aspiring LPDs,...

Culture and Language Exchange (CLÉ )

In the absence of cultural gatherings, celebrations and events during the pandemic, CERCLL has asked friends and colleagues to share traditions that are important in their culture in our Culture and Language Exchange (CLÉ).  These short videos are shared on...

Foreigncy

Foreigncy is a free online language learning program offering language courses to help students and professionals reach advanced and working proficiency. Currently it offers courses in Arabic, Hebrew, and Russian.  Foreigncy has hundreds of foreign language lessons on...

ConnecTalks

Beginning in 2019, the National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) at the University of Hawaii has been organizing a TED Talk-style event at the annual American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) convention. The purpose of ConnecTalks is to...

Resources for Social Justice and Anti-Racism in the L2 Classroom

The protests initiated in June of 2020 have expressed the anger and anguish experienced by those who experience racism and discrimination around the world and have initiated a global discussion about anti-racism and social justice. CERCLL shares in the chorus of...

Working with Texts Online

A resource created by Emily Hellmich, University of Arizona. Moving (quickly!) into online teaching environments does not mean the end of working with texts in the language, literature, and culture classroom.  And in some cases, it can be an opportunity to push...

Social Networking Sites for Intercultural Competence

Developed by Margherita Berti, this guide provides language educators with pedagogical strategies and practical suggestions for implementing social networking sites (SNSs) and social media in language courses to promote intercultural competence.­­ Modern technology...

Social Networking for Intercultural Competence

Project Director: Margherita Berti, University of Arizona These resources provide language educators with pedagogical strategies and practical suggestions for implementing social networking sites (SNSs) and social media for intercultural competence in beginner and...

Intercultural Competence Conference

Intercultural Competence Conference Project Directors: Beatrice Dupuy and Chantelle Warner (UA).In collaboration with: the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT), CMES , CIUA, COH, and SBS at the UA; and several other...

Dormtalk

Project Director: Wenhao Diao, University of Arizona. In conjunction with the University of Arizona’s Department of East Asian Studies. Free modules for teachers and students to use as supplementary resources for the learning and teaching of Chinese. These materials...

Online & Hybrid Course Portal for Slavic Languages & Literatures

Project Directors: Liudmila Klimanova, University of Arizona; with Shannon Donnally Spasova, Michigan State University The LLC COMMONS is a web portal prototype for open source materials for online and hybrid use, built to respond to a national survey of online course...

Globalizing Text Exemplar Lists: Globalizing Reading Lists

Our students live in a global world. The opportunities we offer through literature in our classrooms can invite them into the richness of cultural diversity and global communities. To globalize the text exemplar lists included in standards documents that guide...

PLONS: Professional Learning Online Networks

The word plons in Dutch describes the noise made by something splashing into a surface and is thus an apt name for the Professional Learning Online Networks, which are designed to create a ripple effect, by fostering linkages between language teaching, research and...