Friday, October 28, 2011

Director of World Languages Catherine Ritz presents two sessions at the MAFLA (Massachusetts Foreign Language Association) Fall Conference

New World Language Director, Catherine Ritz, presented two sessions at the MAFLA Fall Conference: "Twitter for Professional Development" and "Speak & Share Online." She was also the lucky winner of an I-Pad! Three World Language department members also attended this important conference: Paula Nicholas, French teacher at Ottoson Middle School; Ed Foley, Latin teacher at Arlington High School; and Emmy Robinson, Spanish teacher at Arlington High School. The annual conference provides World Language teachers with essential professional development, ensuring they are current in best practices.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

French Teacher Véronique Lahey presents Café Parisien project at the Project Based Learning Conference at Regis College

Distinguished Arlington High School French teacher and Arlington resident, Véronique Lahey, was one of a few teachers selected to present at the Project-Based Learning Conference held at Regis College. Ms. Lahey discussed the Café Parisien project she developed while working at Arlington High School. Five high-school seniors were in attendance as well to discuss the impact this project had on their learning.

For more information on the conference, please click here.

For more information on the Cafe Parisien project, please click here.