Posts Tagged ‘newcomers’

CABE 2017

If you are attending the annual CABE (California Association of Bilingual Education) conference, please join us at our workshop on Friday, March 31st  – Anaheim Marriott – Grand Ballroom J from 10:30-11:45am. The theme is newcomers…….Our goal is to assess their entry point and provide a tiered individualized learning environment catering to the specific needs…

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Upcoming Workshop

I’m excited to be speaking at CABE 2017!  I will be co presenting with my favorite educator, David Noyes from Long Beach Unified.  Our workshop is  March 31st at the Anaheim Marriott – Grand Ballroom J from 10:30-11:45am. The theme is newcomers, our secondary grades have an ever increasing amount of newcomers and there is…

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Language Tree in Production

The last several weeks have been epic! Both in having a great time and working hard. We have been shooting on location at various schools engaged with middle and high school students. We thought who best to give advice to newcomer students (in the U.S. 12 months or less) than American students who know the ropes.…

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How can our Schools help Newcomers?

If you are unfamiliar with the term “newcomer”, you are not alone. The term newcomers is used to describe students who have been in the U.S. for 12 months or less. They come to the U.S. for a multitude of reasons – from seeking safety due to war and political upheaval – to pursuing a…

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