Spanish for Leadership Program Models
Course proposal form- Spanish For Leadership
By Cristin Bleess, Castle View High School, Colorado, USA
Preparing Global Leaders Through the Spanish Classroom: How to get a Spanish for Leadership class started at your school too!
Presentation by Cristin Bleess at the 2011 Florida Foreign Language Association (FFLA) Conference
Spanish for Leadership & Business
Presentation of two high school models at by Bleess, Cornelius, and Risner the 2012 Florida Foreign Language Association Annual Conference (FFLA)
Spanish for Healthcare Models
Linking Language and Culture Skills to Health Professions by Michelle Josey, Crystal River High School, FL. Presented at Florida Foreign Language Association, October 2015
Spanish in the Community & the Workplace. (2015). Katrina Beeck, Muskego High School. Muskego, Wisconsin.
- Prepared by Katrina Beeck, Danika Cornelius, Mary Risner, and Mary Swarr presenting their LSP models at the 2013 American Association of Teachers of Spanish & Portuguese annual conference.
- Includes topics such as Spanish for Leadership, Medical Spanish, Spanish for the Community and the Workplace
Presentations from the panel at the Second Symposium (2014) on Meeting Industry Needs Through LSP Innovation in US Schools held at University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
- Mary Risner: NOBLE Project/K-12 Initiatives
Preparing a Globally Prepared Workforce through High-Quality Career and Technical Education
How do the revised National Standards help language learners become world-ready 21st century thinkers?
What does it mean to “use the language to investigate, explain, and reflect on” cultural practices, products, and perspectives? How are literacy skills integrated in the World-Readiness Standards?
LSP K-12 US State Initiatives
“Language Roadmaps to Build 21st Century Skills”
An initiative proposed improve foreign language education in U.S. schools and to build partnerships with the business community. This project was funded by the U.S. Congress and co- sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Labor and was under the auspices of the National Security Education Program.