Culturally & Linguistically Sustaining Instruction through My Name, My Identity
Co-sponsored by the Santa Clara County Office of Education and
the National Association of Bilingual Education
This webinar will provide an overview of a free online course to prepare for back-to-school blended learning with ready to use lesson plans co-created by classroom teachers in grades K-12. This course will guide you through the pedagogy and applications that engage your students so they understand the importance of name, self-identity, and the positive impact they can make on their learning community in a blended learning, distance-learning, or traditional face to face environment. Technology tools to support the pedagogy will also be introduced.
Come join a panel of educators to hear their voices on how these lessons can be implemented in your classrooms.
Yee Wan, Ed.D., Director, School Climate, Leadership & Instructional Services
Ivannia Soto, Ph.D., Lead Writer and Professor of Education at Whittier College
Ma Bernadette Andres-Salgarino, Ed.D., Mathematics Coordinator, Santa Clara County Office of Education
Alicia Vazquez, Teacher on Special Assignment, Santa Clara Unified School District
Denise Williams, Chief Program Officer, Silicon Valley Education Foundation
Katie Wyatt, Assistant Principal, Oak Grove School District
#CAArtsEdChat Q:3 I appreciate when a class and/or rehearsal begins with an activity that engages students in creating. Providing students w/ opportunities to connect to different cultural expressions and stories, opens doors for new understandings & opportunities. @ccsesaARTS
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