Registration for the annual Texas Foreign Language Education Conference is now open. TexFLEC takes place Feb. 14-15 at the Glickman Center (CLA) and brings together researchers, educators and students in the fields of foreign language education, teaching English as a foreign or second language, linguistics and applied linguistics.
This year’s theme, "Shaping the Future of Foreign/Second Language Education to Cross Cultural Boundaries: Integrating Theory and Practice," will provide conference participants with the opportunity to share diverse up-to-date ideas.
More information about the conference can be found on the TexFLEC website, listed below. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLESA members: $0 (included with dues); current university students: $25; K-12 educators: $35; general admission: $55
As I had my classes, I reached a bit late but whatever I attended it was good. I would like to say thanks to enthusiastically welcoming organization committee.
The conference was great. I really liked it. The good thing was I had choice to attend any session of my interest as there were three parallel sessions going on at the same time. Food arrangement was also good. I would like to thanks to the organizing committee for conducting this fruitful conference.