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Boise State students from the Pathways Project present at foreign languages conference

Photos of Pathways Project Co-Director Amber Hoye (top left) with Boise State students Sara Bakari, Monica Potts, Rylie Wieseler, Jasmine Wall, Reagan Solomon, Shawn Moak, Emma Eason, Katherine Bukhantsov, Grace McGrorty, Julia Dryer and Kailyn Phillips

Boise State’s Pathways Project team recently participated in the 2022 Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages Virtual Conference. The one hour session, titled “For Students by Students: The Pathways Project,” featured short presentations from 11 Boise State students. Presenters walked teachers through how to use a favorite interpersonal speaking activity for the world language classroom including ASL, Arabic, French, German, Japanese and Spanish. Watch the presentation below.

The Pathways Project, an initiative from the Department of World Languages, creates and curates instructional language teaching materials and professional development resources uniquely for Idaho’s K-16 language teachers and students through a collaborative network of open educational resources.