PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR WORLD LANGUAGE AND DUAL LANGUAGE TEACHERS
Exploring the Nexus of World Language Instruction & Technology
Picture Gallery of the conference "Exploring the Nexus of World Language Instruction and Technology"
DATE: June 9th, 2018
TIME: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
LOCATION: California State University, Fullerton
A conference from the National Resource Center for Asian Languages and the Graduate program in Educational Technology at California State University, Fullerton.
- For a day of interactive learning focused on research-based technology integration to promote language learning and cultural understanding.
- Become part of a professional community.
- Attend session on student-centered uses of technology to support all learners.
|07:30 - 08:30 AM||Check in & Breakfast||SGMH 1308|
|08:45 - 09:00 AM||Welcome Remarks||Natalie Tran||SGMH 1502|
|09:00 - 09:45 AM||I Like to Use My Bilingual Brain! Supporting Language Architecture with Bilingual Mentor Texts||Nelson Flores||SGMH 1502|
|10:00 - 11:30 AM||Screencasting for Student Speaking Success||Jessica Fraser||SGMH 1117|
|10:00 - 11:30 AM||Nhà Giáo Song Ngữ Trong Thế Kỷ 21: Lòng Quyết Tâm, Độ Nhạy Cảm và Sự Chuẩn Bị Cho “Lớp Học Toàn Cầu”, phần 1||Vy Hoang||SGMH 1109|
|10:00- 11:30 AM||Using Images in Language Acquisition||Hue-An Wren||SGMH 1113|
|10:00- 11:30 AM||Digital Portfolios: Why and HowAny student doing creative work through technology should have a digital portfolio. In this session, you’ll discover why students should build a digital portfolio, what should be included in a digital portfolio, how digital portfolios help to support language development, and possible tools to use for housing digital portfolios.||Jody Green||SGMH 1303|
|10:00 - 11:30 AM||Perfil del educador bilingüe en el siglo XXI: Compromiso, sensibilidad y preparación en el aula global, sección 1||Fernando Rodriguez-Valls||SGMH 1112|
|11:45 - 12:45 AM||Lunch|
|13:00 - 14:30 PM||Lights, Camera...Flipgrid! Easy Video Recording with an Authentic Audience||Jessica Fraser||SGMH 1117|
|13:00 - 14:30 PM||Nhà Giáo Song Ngữ Trong Thế Kỷ 21: Lòng Quyết Tâm, Độ Nhạy Cảm và Sự Chuẩn Bị Cho “Lớp Học Toàn Cầu”, phần 2||Vy Hoang||SGMH 1109|
|13:00- 14:30 PM||What's Your Story? Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: Visual and audio tools for students to tell their story||Hue-An Wren||SGMH 113|
|13:00- 14:30 PM||Building Language Skills for Language Learners Using SeeSawStudents learning new languages need ample opportunity for oral language development. In this session, we will explore how students can use Seesaw to develop those oral language skills.||Jody Green||SGMH 1303|
|13:00- 14:30 PM||Perfil del educador bilingüe en el siglo XXI: Compromiso, sensibilidad y preparación en el aula global, sección 2||Fernando Rodriguez- Valls||SGMH 1112|
|14:45 PM||Sharing and Wrap up||SGMH 1502|
I Like to Use My Bilingual Brain! Supporting Language Architecture with Bilingual Mentor Texts
Nelson Flores is assistant professor of educational linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously served as project director for the CUNY-New York State Initiative on Emergent Bilinguals that seeks to improve the educational outcomes of emergent bilingual students through an intensive seminar series for school leaders combined with on-site support. He currently serves as the principal investigator of the Philadelphia Bilingual Education Project (PBEP) that seeks to examine the historical and contemporary cultural politics of bilingual education in the School District of Philadelphia and provide professional development to bilingual teachers.
Perfil del educador bilingüe en el siglo XXI: Compromiso, sensibilidad y preparación en el aula global
Dr. Fernando Rodríguez-Valls is Associate Professor at California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Rodríguez-Valls has created partnerships with school districts, local educational agencies and universities to develop and implement community-based [bi]literacy programs. He has also developed interdisciplinary curriculum supporting language acquisition for English Learners with Visual Arts –e.g., digital collages.
Dr. Rodríguez-Valls’ work focuses on equitable instructional practices for second language learners and migrant students as well as on the socio-cultural factors affecting their academic achievement, educational continuity and school engagement. His publications examine the idea of culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy implemented by highly qualified bilingual and cultural competent teachers
Digital Portfolios: Why and How (A.M. Session)
Any student doing creative work through technology should have a digital portfolio. In this session, you’ll discover why students should build a digital portfolio, what should be included in a digital portfolio, how digital portfolios help to support language development, and possible tools to use for housing digital portfolios.
Building Language Skills for Language Learners Using SeeSaw (P.M. Session)
Students learning new languages need ample opportunity for oral language development. In this session, we will explore how students can use Seesaw to develop those oral language skills .
Jody Green is an Academic Coach and former sixth grade teacher who is passionate about helping teachers and students amplify their voices using technology. She is a Google Certified Innovator, a Google Certified Trainer, Leading Edge Certified Professional Learning Leader, CUE Rock Star Faculty, CUE Lead Learner, Book Creator Ambassador, Seesaw Ambassador, and a Thinking Maps Trainer. Jody blogs at comeongetappy.com , and she believes that glitter makes everything better.
Screencasting for Student Speaking Success (A.M. Session)
Lights, Camera...Flipgrid! Easy Video Recording with an Authentic Audience (P.M. Session)
Jessica Fraser is a Digital Learning Coach in the Anaheim Elementary School District, coaching TK-6th grade teachers in effective and meaningful technology integration. Prior to this role, Jessica taught 3rd-5th grade for ten years, with the majority of her students being English Language Learners. As a life long learner, Jessica seeks out ways to continually grow as a professional, including earning her Master of Science Degree in Educational Technology from Cal State Fullerton and becoming certified as a Leading Edge Professional Learning Leader. Jessica brings knowledge from personal experience and her studies, passion for helping all students succeed, and enthusiasm for learning and collaborating with other educators!
Using Images in Language Acquisition: Learn different ways to use images in lessons to foster language acquisition (A.M. Session)
What's Your Story? Digital Storytelling in the Classroom:Visual and audio tools for students to tell their story (P.M. Session)
Hue-An Wren is a Teacher on Special Assignment in the K-12 Office of Instructional Technology at Garden Grove Unified School District. Prior to that she was an elementary teacher for 12 years where she has been able to implement technology with students as young as kindergarten. She is also a Google Certified Trainer and enjoys working in this community to bring best practices in digital learning to our district. Hue-An earned her doctorate in Learning Technologies from Pepperdine University.
Nhà Giáo Song Ngữ Trong Thế Kỷ 21: Lòng Quyết Tâm, Độ Nhạy Cảm và Sự Chuẩn Bị Cho “Lớp Học Toàn Cầu”
Vy Hoang has been a highschool Vietnamese and mathematics teacher for the past eight years. Vy has Single Subject Credentials in Mathematics and Vietnamese, a Multiple Subject Credential with a BCLAD in Vietnamese, and a Masters of Arts with Education with a Focus on Math and Science Teaching. She started the Vietnamese language program at the Ambassador School of Global Leadership (LAUSD). Vy is passionate about education and making the world a bilingual/biliterate place.