MALT Members at our Spring Conference 2019 in Dillon, MT with Tina Hargaden
Founded in 1954, the association provides its members with pedagogical assistance and linguistic resources for language instruction at elementary, secondary, and university levels. The member organization has an annual conference in the spring, workshops in conjunction with the MEA/MFT Conference in October, and provides a website and dynamic community full of resources. MALT is a constituent of the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages (PNCFL) and the American council on the Teaching of ForeignLanguages (ACTFL).
Registration for the CALT (Classroom Assessment in Language Teaching) conference open. The conference is September 27th & 28th at the University of Montana. They are also accepting proposals to present until the September 9th. Click on the link for more information.
Readicide: How Schools Are Killing Reading and What You Can Do About It by Kelly Gallagher is the fall 2019 book club pick. Thank you Dana Pierre for leading!
If you are interested in presenting a short 10 to 15 minute "TedTalk" during the MFPE conference then please contact your MALT board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank to Janine and EF Tours for the Happy Hour in Dillon. We appreciate all you do at EF to support MALT.
Elisa de los Ríos lead an amazing book club covering BVP's book While We're on the Topic. Thank you for taking charge of that Elisa!
Your MALT Board
President: Alice Nation, Billings Senior High School (Spanish)
President Elect: Blakely Edgington, Beaverhead County High School (Spanish)
Treasurer: Paul Asleson, Billings West (German)
Secretary: Beth Janney, Superior Schools (Spanish)
PNCFL Board Representative: Megan Wong, Bozeman High School (French)
Past President: Tana Luptak, Shepherd High School (Spanish)
Montana Jobs for Teachers
Montana Office of Public Instruction keeps the most current list of teaching positions available. Also, check our Facebook page for up-to-date job info from your colleagues, we often post there about openings in our districts.
The MALT constitution was most recently revised in April, 2017.