2018 OFLA Awards

Lucas Hoffman, OFLA Awards Chair
Sylvania Southview High School

Please consider nominating a deserving friend or colleague for an OFLA teaching award. As teachers, we serve others without asking for recognition. Recognizing others for their hard work, dedication and professionalism can make for a meaningful and unique reward.

Each year OFLA seeks nominations in thirteen categories: ten for OFLA members and three for non-OFLA members. The categories are listed below.

Please see this page for more information, including complete descriptions of award categories, and a nomination form. Any questions should be directed to: pastpres-2017@ofla-online.org. A nomination letter, CV or résumé, letters of support, and additional support documentation are due December 1, 2017.

AWARD CATEGORIES FOR OFLA MEMBERS

1.Leona Glenn Awards for Outstanding World Language Teacher, Three awards: Elementary World Language Teacher, Middle School/Jr. High World Language Teacher and High School World Language Teacher.

2.Ed Allen Award for Outstanding College World Language Instructor

3.Distinguished Career Award

4.Beginning Teacher Award

5.Outstanding Professional Service Award

6.Outstanding Teacher Award for Less Commonly Taught Languages

7.Community Service Award

8.Outstanding World Language Technology Award

9.Publications Award

10.Outstanding Program Award

AWARD CATEGORIES FOR NON-OFLA MEMBERS

1.Outstanding Administrator in Support of World Languages Award

2.Educator Friend of World Languages Award

3.Non-Educator Friend of World Languages Award

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