- Wisconsin Educator Licensure Information - To teach in the Wisconsin public school system, you must obtain your Wisconsin educator's license. Learn more about how to get an educator's license.
- Alternative Pathways to Licensure - Do you already have a Bachelor's degree but still need to obtain your teacher's license in order to teach? Then consider exploring some alternative pathways to licensure.
- SCOLA (exit WisItalia) - then select "About SCOLA"
- Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) (exit WisItalia) - is the state agency responsible for administering the educator licensure program. It also contains a wealth of information for educators.
DPI hosts listservs to share world language news, events and resources. They currently host the following listservs: arabiclist, asllist, chineselist, earlylanguagelist, frenchlist, germanlist, heritagelanguagelist, japaneselist, languageleaderlist, latinlist, italianlist, and spanishlist.To subscribe to or confirm your subscription to a DPI listserv, send an email with no content to your preferred list address.
The model below is for the italianlist. (Substitute the name of your preferred listserv, if other than Italian.)
NOTE: The language leadership listserv is intended for those with an interest in activities or information relevant to the field of world language education as a whole. District administrators, curriculum specialists, world language chairs, teacher educators, and leaders of professional organizations and educational agencies may wish to subscribe to this listserv. All stakeholders in world language education are welcome.
- American Association of Teachers of Italian (AATI) (exit WisItalia)
- American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) (exit WisItalia)
- Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition - Language Research Center (LRC) (exit WisItalia)
- Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (exit WisItalia)
- MidWest Association for Language Learning Technology (MWALLT) (exit WisItalia)
- National Network for Early Language Learning (exit WisItalia)
- Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers (WAFLT) (exit WisItalia)
NOTE: WisItalia provides grant funds to help offset the costs of educational seminars, workshops and conferences related to the Italian language, culture and networking opportunities.
To apply, view the application requirements at Grants to Individuals for Qualified Seminar, Workshop, Conference Expenses.
NOTE: Until the website is converted to WordPress, please view the Facebook page facebook.com/wisitalia for any Educational Conferences. Grazie!
Grant and Funding Opportunities page for up-to-date grant information.