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Korean Special Interest Group Mission Statement

At its May 2006 meeting, the ACTFL Board approved the formation of a new special interest group (SIG) within ACTFL for Korean instructors.   

The mission of Korean SIG of ACTFL is:

  1. It will provide a networking system within the Korean teaching community and will promote the teaching and learning of Korean Language and culture in the United States of America.  Additionally, it will voice the concerns of Korean language teachers, students, researchers and administrators. 
  2. It will provide a venue to share the best teaching practices and knowledge of Korean language teaching and acquisition across all levels, K through 16+ and development of policies of Korean language teaching.  Korean SIG will play a leading role in connecting its members so that they can share among themselves experiences and expertise in teaching methods, curriculum development, teacher training and development, assessment, program supervision, and research findings.
  3. It will encourage and actively assist Korean language teachers, researchers and practitioners to share their work and to communicate with other foreign language professionals in the United States.  It will represent the Korean language teaching community in ACTFL.

Current Officers:

Chair: Namhee Lee, CSULA
Vice-Chair: Eunice Lee, Foundation for Korean Language and Culture in USA
Vice-Chair: Danielle Pyun, Ohio State University
Secretary: Angela Lee-Smith, Yale University

Read minutes from previous SIG business meetings. Access the Korean SIG Online Community eGroup.

If you are already a member of ACTFL and wish to join this SIG, contact us. ACTFL membership includes one free SIG; individuals may join additional SIGs for $5 per year per SIG.

What Our Members Are Saying

ACTFL’s membership is a crucial element of my professional toolbox. As an educator, author, parent, consultant, and language learning advocate, ACTFL’s forward-moving vision and inclusive approach provide me with the knowledge, resources and networking opportunities that I need to expand my horizons and advance in my career. I feel that I belong to a community that works together towards a common goal.

Ana Lomba, Preschool Languages Specialist