Any Trainings in Texas?

I got this question from a teacher and thought I would just ask the group:


I am EXCITED to have the blessings of my administrators to use CI as my methodology with Spanish I this year.  They have also agreed to send me to training (the Dallas area is probably as far as they’ll let me go, however!) and to spend some time observing other teachers who are skilled at CI (again, in East Texas, or the Dallas area).  Do you have information on either of these that might help me out?  I know that there is a Blaine Ray workshop in October in the Dallas area, but I don’t know of anything else.  (I say Dallas, but Little Rock, Arkansas or Shreveport, Louisiana are also close enough by for those to work as well.)




3 thoughts on “Any Trainings in Texas?”

  1. I had the opportunity to attend Blaine’s workshop in Newark last week, and it’s the best money I’ve ever spent on any kind of workshop. Not only is Blaine great at modeling TPRS and TCI, I met so many other teachers in the area who I plan to keep in touch with as we all venture into the CI waters.

  2. I did promise Carla another visit now that her husband has perfected making tiramisu….so if you find a location Carla, I’ll come to Dallas and do workshops on whatever y’all want. Seriously.

    with love,

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