TLTE's Moeller elected to national board


TLTE's Moeller elected to national board

06 Mar 2014    

Ali Moeller, Edith S. Greer professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, has been elected to the board of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). She began her three-year term Jan. 1 as an at-large member along with Juan Carlos Morales of the Delaware Department of Education.
 
Moeller is also president of the National Federation of Modern Languages Teachers Associations (NFMLTA). She directs an online graduate MA program in German language, culture and pedagogy (GOLDEN: German Online Distance Education Network) that provides graduate work tailored specifically for K-12 German teachers. She previously taught German in public schools for 11 years, and served as President of the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) from 1988-1989.
 
ACTFL is the national association for language education professionals from all levels of instruction and representing all languages. With more than 12,500 active members, ACTFL provides innovative professional development opportunities, acclaimed training and certification programs, and widely cited books, publications, scholarly journals, research studies and language education resources, including Foreign Language Annals and The Language Educator magazine. ACTFL is a leading national voice among language educators and administrators and is guided by a responsibility to set standards and expectations that will result in high quality language programs.

 


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