Hal Wingard Lifetime AchievementAward

Hal Wingard Lifetime AchievementAwardScoring Rubric 

Checklist for Consideration of Application

Requirements Comments
Y N Single PDF file sent by deadline of January 15, 2014
Y N Evidence of CLTA membership (minimum: this year and preceding year)
Y N Nominated by any CLTA member including CLTA board members
Y N Completed nomination form. Nominator _____________________________
Y N A letter of nomination
Y N Three letters of recommendation
Y N Brief professional resume/CV
Y N A recent photograph (one copy suitable for display)
Y N Evidence of at least 20 years of language teaching and/or service to language education, at least five in California
Y N Nominee lives in California or teaches in California
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*WLOE: World Languages other than EnglishIf this checklist is complete (all requirements met), proceed to scoring rubric below.

Nomination sent as a single PDF file: January 15, 2014
Send Nominations/Applications to Norman Léonard at past.president@clta.net
For awards questions, contact Norman Léonard or Lorraine D’Ambruoso at exec-director@clta.net.

Scoring Rubric

Nominee’s Name or Number ______________________________

 Description

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Pts  Weight  Score
Letters of support an/or nomination, or CV’s provide the following:
Leadership in language education, i.e., professional language associations, state committees, the California Foreign Language Project,  record of publication (authorship), presentations at conferences, workshops, and seminars for teachers, students and / or parents No evidence of leadership Limited evidence of leadership Some evidence of leadership in one or more professional groups or settings Specific, detailed evidence of active leadership in one professional group or setting Specific, detailed evidence of active leadership in multiple groups or settings  X
10
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Active promotion of language education, in California (or out of California if appropriate (i.e., activities with SWCOLT or ACTFL may be included, or work in other states in an earlier part of career)  No evidence Limited evidence Some evidence of involvement in promoting language educaiton Specific and detailed evidence of extensive  involvement in a limited range of activities promoting language education Specific and detailed evidence of extensive involvement in a broad range of activities promoting language education  X

6

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Outstanding teaching ability at any level No evidence of outstanding teaching practices Limited evidence of outstanding teaching practices Some evidence of outstanding teaching practices Specific and detailed evidence of outstanding teaching practices Specific and detailed evidence of  a wide variety of outstanding teaching practices  X

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 TOTAL  =   ____ / 80

 

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