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TexFLEC 2012

Blending the Boundaries in the Age of Globalization: Trends, Challenges, and Innovations in Language Education

Fourteenth Annual Texas Foreign Language Education Conference (TexFLEC)

February 22nd and 23rd, 2013
College of Liberal Arts Building
The University of Texas at Austin

Programs for TexFLEC 2013 are now available for download.
Registration is now closed.

Conference Theme              Keynotes
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About TexFLEC Schedule
Registration fees:
  • FLESA members: $0 (paid with dues)
  • Current university students: $25
  • General admission: $50
  • On-site registration: $60 (check or money order only!)
Please make checks out to TexFLEC.

Click here to register.

Keynote Speakers:

"SLA for the 21st Century: Disciplinary Progress, Transdisciplinary Relevance, and the Bi/Multilingual Turn"

Dr. Lourdes Ortega

Dr. Lourdes Ortega

Professor of Applied Linguistics
Georgetown University
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"Innovative Technologies and Language Learning: Friend or Foe?"

Dr. Orlando Kelm

Dr. Orlando R. Kelm

Associate Professor of Hispanic Linguistics
Associate Director of Business Language Education for UT CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research)
University of Texas, Austin
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The Texas Foreign Language Education Conference (TexFLEC) at The University of Texas at Austin is an annual conference that brings together researchers, educators and students in the fields of foreign language education, TEFL/TESL (Teaching English as a Foreign or Second Language), linguistics, and applied linguistics.

Rapid changes in globalization have fostered an era of unprecedented interconnectedness between people. Language educators can now use innovative approaches that have helped blend previously definable distinctions in foreign or second language learning and teaching. It is time for educators and students to share and discuss current ideas and research on how these blended boundaries are impacting language classrooms.

TexFLEC is proudly sponsored by:

TexFLEC regularly publishes conference proceedings in Texas Papers in Foreign Language Education (TPFLE), the journal of UT's Foreign Language Education Program.

Questions about the conference can be direced to texfleccommittee@gmail.com

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