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  NABE 2015 Leadership Forum -- HANDOUTS

 Educating Stakeholders

 

Biliteracy Resources provided by the Santa Clara County Office of Education
Jon R. Gundry
County Superintendent of Schools
Santa Clara County Office of Education, San Jose, CA


NABE 2015 Educational Leadership Forum PowerPoint
Courageous Leadership: Actualizing Biliteracy for ALL


 Preparing, attracting and retaining qualified bilingual professionals
Improving Recruitment, Preparation, and Credentialing of Bilingual Teachers of Science For English Language Learners -- What are important elements to consider? 
Jerry D. Valadez, Ed.D., Director, Central Valley Science Project, Fresno State
NSTA Division Director Multicultural/Equity


TESOL Resources
Dr. Rosa Aronson
Executive Director, TESOL
International Association, Alexandria, VA











 Creating relevant professional development







 Evaluating programs and responding to evaluations



Dual Language: A Well Oiled Machine
Alicia Salinas
Pk-5 Dual Language Facilitator, Grand Prairie ISD
Grand Prairie, TX

Magda Schenck
Executive Director of Bilingual/ESL Programs, Grand Prairie ISD
Grand Prairie, TX


 Overcoming obstacles (Curriculum, Funding, Resources)

NABE 2015 National Educational Leadership Forum Courageous Leadership: Actualizing Biliteracy for ALL 
Dr. Judith Yturriago
Associate Professor, Bilingual Bicultural Program, Teacher Education Dept., Northeastern Illinois University. Chicago, I
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Overcoming Obstacles: Reaching All Children Through Rich STEM
www.nsta.org

Dr. Juliana Texley
President, National Science Teachers Association, Professor, Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth, FLn





 



   Leadership  Forum Agenda

NABE 2015 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

44th Annual Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference


 PRE-CONFERENCE INSTITUTE
Tools for Launching a K-12 College Readiness Academic Vocabulary Campaign
Kate Kinsella, Ed.D., San Francisco State University, Center for Teacher Efficacy


Nuts and Bolts about how we Start and Maintain our Mandarin Immersion Program
Ching-Pei Hu, Meyerholz Principal, Cupertino Union School District
Chia-ching Lin, Cupertino Language Immersion Program (CLIP) 5th Grade Teacher


 



 THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2015
Close Reading as an Approach to Enhanced Spanish Literacy Learning in Dual Language Programs
Jill Kerper Mora, San Diego State University
moramodules.com

Can International Research Inform Spanish Literacy Instruction? A Look at the Mexico Experience
Diane Sharken Taboada & Jill Kerper Mora, San Diego State University


Sheltered Instruction for Language Development in the ESL Classroom!
Dr. Migadlia Cruz de Arthurton & Dr. John E. C. Hill, University of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas Campus

World Intelligence: Research tested Academic and Content Vocabulary Curriculm fro English Learners in Grades 6-9
Linda Diamond, CEO - CORE, Inc.
www.corelearn.com


Content rich Vocabulary Development for Struggling Adolescent Readers: Implementing a Robust Curriculum Designed for English Learners
Lauren Greenberg and Linda Diamond, CORE, Inc.

www.corelearn.com

Immersion Language Program in Spain
Carlos Paredes, SPAIN



Special Session:
Preparing all Students for College and Career: Implications for English Learners
Libia Gil, Ph.D., Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education and Director of the Office of English Language Acquistion (OELA)














 FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015
 









 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2015



























NABE 2015 CONFERENCE PROGRAM, FLIPBOOK