The COERLL Collaborators Program aims to encourage collaboration on the use of open educational resources (OER) and open educational practices (OEP) for language learning. We are actively seeking graduate student language teachers who are interested in learning how to create open language learning lessons using the FLLITE approach. To apply, all you have to do is complete the proposal form and submit it for consideration.
Once selected as a participant in the COERLL Collaborator program, you will work with leaders in the field of language teaching to design an original open educational lesson for your students. You will also share your innovations and expertise with a community of practice built around a COERLL project.
How To Participate
For more details on how to become a COERLL Collaborator, please read the program description here. In order to participate, you will need to complete a FLLITE project proposal and submit it to email@example.com by May 31, 2017. Then, FLLITE project directors will evaluate submissions and select the two or three proposals that best illustrate how FLLITE principles are integrated into lessons. Once your project has been selected, you should plan to attend one of two annual FLLITE workshops, with COERLL in Austin, TX (August 3-4, 2017) or with CERCLL in Tucson (June 8, 2017). CERCLL will also be giving out similar scholarships.
Last year’s COERLL FLLITE Collaborators were Natasha César Suárez, Marcelo Fuentes, and Carol Ready. Get inspired by their lessons here.