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TEACHER OF THE YEAR: consider nominating a colleague as the Connecticut Language Teacher of the Year.  Deadline is December 1. Please visit www.ctcolt.org/pages/toy.asp for more information.

One more week until our state conference, featuring lots of dynamic sessions and Keynote Speaker Laura Terrill, consultant and author of The Keys to Planning for Learning.  Register ONSITE at the conference on the 24th at the Radisson Hotel Cromwell.

CT LILL, CT COLT's committee to foster leadership within the state of Connecticut in the area of World Languages for current, retired and aspiring leaders will have its first meeting next week, Thursday, Oct. 20th at 3:15.  If you are interested in getting involved in leadership initiatives with educators from around the U.S, please feel free to contact Lea Graner Kennedy @ GranerKennedyL@ctcolt.org.  This group will have virtual meetings four times this year. Take the opportunity to grow as a leader and join us! For more information about the first CT LILL meeting, please visit the CT LILL page on this website.

Please click here to access the list of fall conference registrants as of October 18, 2016.  If your name does NOT appear on this list, your registration has NOT been received.

The 2016 Fall Conference materials (information, registration forms, workshop descriptions) are now ONLINE.  Please click HERE to access the Fall Conference Brochure.  

  • ONLINE REGISTRATION is now CLOSED.  You will need to register ONSITE on the day of the conference at the Radisson Hotel Cromwell.  PLEASE do NOT send anything in the mail at this late date.  It will NOT be accepted.

CT COLT wishes to thank all of the companies who will be exhibiting at this year's fall conference. We truly appreciate their support.  Please click here to view the list of exhibitors.

 CT COLT offers three monetary awards for teachers (Helen Amaral Award, Jane G. Graveen Award and Robert G. Mead, Jr. Award) and two scholarships for students (Irene Stanislawczyk Scholarship and Kenneth A. Lester Student Summer Immersion Scholarship). Please consider donating to one, two or all of the following funds for scholarships and awards.  If you wish to donate please click here.   We greatly appreciate your generosity.

CT COLT’s NEW blog forum is up and running!  Please join other world language educators just like yourself as we help one another, seek support, share best practices and discuss the latest research. We look forward to reading your thread soon! To access the blog forum, click on "The Column" link in the upper right corner of this page.

Check out the DATES for CT COLT Activities
Poetry Contest, Rhyme Celebration, Essay Contest, Poster Contest more

NECTFL Conference Registration is now OPEN.

Donations to CT COLT Award and Scholarship Funds

CT COLT now accepting website advertising
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Laura Terrill will keynote the conference:  More.

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The Connecticut Council of Language Teachers (CT COLT) promotes, advocates for and fosters the teaching and learning of World Languages and Cultures. We support, guide and connect educators, students, policy makers and the public through professional development, scholarship and collaborative initiatives.

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