Attention FSL and Immersion Teachers!
Get off to a great start in 2019 with an AIM workshop.

Give your students and your teaching practice a boost of energy or move your AIM implementation to a new level.

Date: October 26th & 27th, 2019 in Toronto, ON.

Pauline Galea, AIM Certified Teacher and Mentor and moderator of Parlez avec Pauline Facebook - AIM support group, will deliver the beginner/refresher training to help teachers new to the methodology get started right away. This workshop is also for teachers who have experience with the AIM and who wish to refresh their skills and move forward with their implementation of the AIM.

The Latvian Canadian Cultural Center
 4 Credit Union Dr, North York, ON M4A 2N8

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Workshops for Beginner AIM teachers or for those who would like a refresher.
We recommend that teachers attend refresher workshops every two years for the first two years of implementation


This interactive and practical professional development will give you the opportunity to discover and try some of the AIM’s innovative techniques. Learn the unique tools and strategies used in an AIM classroom.


What is the AIM?

The Accelerative Integrated Methodology (AIM), is a research-based
language teaching methodology developed by a Canadian teacher
in her classroom and that is now used in classrooms
all over the world to teach languages!
The AIM has proven success at rapidly accelerating 
students’ oral and written proficiency. 
Many eyes are on the AIM as it is transforming how languages are taught. Research published in 2019 in the Netherlands show that 
AIM students outperform other students in ALL language skills!


This is a two-day workshop. 

Day 1: Saturday, October 26th, 2019  Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

This interactive and practical workshop will give you the opportunity to discover and try some of the AIM’s innovative techniques. You will learn how to:
• Get your students speaking the target language and use gestures to establish painlessly!) a French-only classroom environment from the very first day of classes
• Encourage language production from all students at all levels
• Scaffold activities to ensure maximum student confidence and success
• Use music and choreography to create an active and engaging classroom environment
• Work with AIM plays at the beginning levels and utilize the effectiveness of a story-based approach
• Introduce basic language manipulation activities


“If students could experience this type of learning success in every subject, we would bring education to an entirely different level for our kids! This is truly an incredible methodology.”
-Angelle Rickard, French Teacher

Day 2: Sunday, October 27th, 2019   Time: 9:00am-3:00pm 

The facilitator will continue to focus on the unique tools and strategies used in an AIM classroom. Topics covered will include:
• How to maximize use of gestures and have students speaking with you at all times
• How to implement story retelling and story extension activities
• How to correct work with an emphasis on error analysis as a way to refine grammar knowledge in context


Saturday, October 26th, 2019  8:00am-9:00am


Lunch is included in the workshop price and coffee & tea will be provided each morning.


Cancellation policy:

Should you be unable to attend, we refund 90% up to one week before the workshop. Within 7 days of the workshop date, we will not be able to issue a refund.