Uniquely Qualified Instructor
CATHERINE OUSSELIN is a nationally recognized, innovative and engaging World Language educator. She presents nationally on thoughtful technology integration for World Languages and curriculum design using ACTFL’s Core Practices and Comprehensible Language strategies. Catherine is known for helping teachers integrate highly effective technology tools that strengthen language acquisition. Catherine is a past recipient of ACTFL’s Award for Excellence in Foreign Language Instruction Using Technology with IALLT (K-12) and was a finalist for ACTFL Teacher of the Year. She has published numerous articles on technology integration and curriculum design in “The National Bulletin” (AATF). Catherine is also the author of WORLD LANGUAGE TEACHERS: Increase Communicative Proficiency Using Seesaw, Screencastify, Edpuzzle, Google Doc Mad Libs, and More!, the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar.
Join Catherine for a day full of outstanding, engaging, FREE technology tools that you can implement immediately to increase communicative proficiency in your World Language classroom.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"Catherine presented a great deal of really good, practical tools, perfect for World Language classes. I’m pumped to put these to use with my students online and can’t wait to use them in the classroom soon!"
"Catherine provided so much more than any teacher could use in a year which means there is something for everyone in this online seminar!"
"This seminar was superb! The wealth of technology knowledge that Catherine brought to the table was astounding. That we have access to it all via her website is one of the most valuable takeaways I’ve ever had."
"I’m so grateful to have attended this online seminar. I learned so much about instructional technology that I’ll use in my class to better motivate my students and help meet their learning goals."
"Catherine was outstanding! I have attended a lot of technology seminars and I can tell you she is a committed and effective teacher."