By Tracie Evans and Melanie Rogers of Rosetta Stone
We are passionate about creating environments to help students achieve language learning, and we hope that is evident to everyone who works with us in our roles as client manager and training team lead at Rosetta Stone. Every school is unique, and we work to ensure that every implementation meets those specific needs.
We invite you to join us for Day One of the Rosetta Stone K-12 User Conference designed specifically for those not currently using a Rosetta Stone® program. During our presentation, we will recommend the best way to launch Rosetta Stone software at your school or district. We will customize your implementation plan to meet your school or district academic goals and to fit the parameters of your existing technology, staff availability, and time constraints.
School districts throughout the country are successfully using Rosetta Stone to meet students’ learning needs in ELL and World Language classrooms from grades K-12. We will share a variety of implementation strategies and best practices to help you identify the most effective way to use Rosetta Stone programs in your school or district.
Not currently using Rosetta Stone® in your schools, but interested in learning how we can support your language program? Administrators and teachers are invited to register for Day One sessions on Nov. 15th that will also include our welcome reception in the evening. Mingle with K-12 users, hear from interesting speakers, and meet Rosetta Stone staff focused on language success. An added bonus is the convenient timing before the ACTFL Conference, so register now and include ACTFL in your plans.
About Tracie Evans
Tracie Evans is an education client manager at Rosetta Stone, specializing in large and strategic K-12 and higher education implementations. Passionate about experiential learning, she offers creative solutions and evidence-based decision-making strategies to meet each school or district’s unique needs.
About Melanie Rogers
Melanie Rogers is the training team lead at Rosetta Stone. She provides professional development workshops and orientation sessions to help clients successfully implement Rosetta Stone software. She is passionate about education and lifelong learning opportunities. Melanie was named Rosetta Stone MVP in 2016.