CASLT Awards & Recognition
CASLT recognizes excellence in language education. Our awards are given annually to members who have contributed greatly to the advancement of second language teaching and learning throughout Canada and beyond. Do you know a deserving colleague, mentor or friend? CASLT members are encouraged to submit nominations for the award. All CASLT members are eligible for the following awards:
Our prestigious Robert Roy Award recognizes outstanding contributions by educators and researchers to the second language education field.
Our Honorary Lifetime Member Award acknowledges individuals who have rendered significant service and demonstrated leadership in the advancement of second language education.
Please submit a text (400 words maximum) supporting your nominee to the attention of the Awards Nomination Committee, CASLT National Office.
Deadline for nominations: May 31st of each year.
Our HH Stern Award supports innovative classroom projects. Do you have an innovative project for your classroom or school which could use some financial support? Our H.H. Stern Awards are granted each year to support innovative classroom practices in second language learning. If you are a CASLT member, you can apply for the H.H. Stern Award. To be considered for the award, your proposal must:
- be innovative through the application of new techniques, strategies and/or approaches to learning;
- identify the impact of the project in the classroom, school or community;
- demonstrate the related improvement of student language learning;
- have the potential for duplication in other classrooms, schools, and communities;
- include a brief plan for evaluating the innovation.
To obtain more information and download the application form, please go to our H.H. Stern Award page.
Deadline for nominations: March 31st of each year.
Dear professionals in the language education field,
Don't miss the 2015 Destination for Language Education!
The World Congress of Modern Languages, attracting over 1,000 participants from across Canada and the world, is taking place in spectacular Niagara Falls, Canada, March 26-28, 2015.
An impressive number of plenary sessions, roundtables, workshops, and presentations will engage you in discussions on innovative pedagogies, latest research, policy, new technologies, diverse strategies, and best practices. Exhibitors will be there to offer important resources, and social events will contribute to the unique opportunity to learn, network, and relax while enjoying the breathtaking scenery and the company of like-minded delegates.
Browse the Congress Page for additional information on the high-profile professional exposure and the unique professional development opportunity this event offers!
Register at your earliest convenience and secure your spot in this much anticipated project!