November 4 - 7
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Dual Language Education Conference
Honoring the past, supporting the future: Formando nuestra comunidad bilingüe
La Cosecha Dual Language Conference is scheduled to proceed as planned this November. Please know we are continuously monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic, and as the situation continues to evolve our first priority is the health and safety of our planning committee, staff, conference attendees, and the communities we serve. We will make announcements to any schedule adjustments and/or changes as we follow the recommended guidance from experts and as the situation progresses.
Years of sharing
the best of our multilingual community...
Largest dual language conference in the country!
Conference for Teachers by Teachers
La Cosecha 2020 will bring together educators, parents, researchers and practitioners supporting dual language enrichment programs from across the U.S. La Cosecha Conference offers you the unique opportunity to share best practices and resources, current theory and practice, build networks, and fuel our community's efforts to build a better future for our children as we “harvest” the best of our multilingual and multicultural communities.
La Cosecha 2020 Featured Speakers
This year's impressive list of Featured Speakers includes many innovative leaders who are supporting their schools and communities in realizing the dream of a multilingual/multicultural world!
Call for Proposals
The La Cosecha Conference Planning Committee invites you to share your teaching strategies and dual language expertise with your colleagues by presenting at this year’s conference. The Planning Committee is particularly interested in having classroom teachers share instructional best practices with our conference attendees.
Join us for the largest national gathering of educators, students, parents, researchers and supporters of dual language education, offers the unique opportunity to share best practices and resources, current theory and practice, build networks, and fuel our community's efforts to build a better future for our children as we “harvest” the best of our multilingual and multicultural communities.
Las plenarias son donde se da lugar a
los idiomas nativos y se muestra cómo se vive en otros estados el bilingüismo.
Xóchitl Anabel Rocha
It is a beautiful feeling of belonging the minute you walk into the conference. Dual Language is heard, felt, and advocated in every session; hence, honoring and valuing the importance of biliteracy development as our pedagogical practices for emergent bilinguals.
I think La Cosecha is great as is. Plenty of sessions that were relevant to today's culture, helpful strategies that teachers can implement in their classrooms immediately and plenty of chances to network and grow your practice with other professionals. It was an amazing experience.