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B-MEIS October Webinar THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020, 10: 00-11: 00 AM

  • 1.  B-MEIS October Webinar THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020, 10: 00-11: 00 AM

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    B-MEIS October Webinar
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020, 10: 00-11: 00 AM
    REGISTRATION LINK:
    https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYofuiprDorG9AI9sRgczUnfAMFWQ1m2eSb

     

    We want to build on our previous webinars on Black Lives Matter and Translanguaging and extend the discussions to strengthening home and school connections. Please join us for our next webinar, entitled "Fostering Home School Connections: When TESOL Professionals Double up as Parents of Multi-bilingual Children". Please join us for our next webinar, entitled "Fostering home school connections: When TESOL professionals double up as parents of multi-bilingual children."

    Five TESOL professionals will discuss their experiences as parents of emergent multi-bilingual children. Specifically, they will share their successes and challenges on raising transnational multi-bilingual children, including ways their research informs their family practices, the influence of translanguaging, and the impact of COVID-19 and racial justice movements on their parenting philosophies.

    SPEAKERS

    • Clara Vaz Bauler is an associate professor of TESOL/Bilingual Education at Adelphi University. Her research focuses on how digital media technology can be used to support multilingual learners' academic writing skills while valuing their voices, linguistic assets and composition strategies.
    • Ming-Hsuan Wu is an assistant professor in TESOL/Bilingual Education at Adelphi University. She draws upon her language learning and cross-cultural experiences as well as her research to illustrate the importance of implementing a culturally relevant pedagogy when teaching diverse students.
    • Etienne A. Kouakou currently teaches at the CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP) at Hostos Community College, mentors TESOL teacher candidates at Hunter College, and teaches College Composition at Queens College.
    • Nilufer Guler is associate professor and director of Ed.D. program at Rockhurst University. Her research interests include teacher education, ELL education, and internationalization of higher education.
    • Stephanie Abraham is an Associate Professor of Language and Literacy Education. Her research and pedagogical interests focus on the documentation of the rich language and literacy practices of racialized, emergent bilinguals, as well as helping their teachers develop high quality, critical pedagogies.


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    Ching-Ching Lin, Ed.D
    B-MEIS Chair, 2020-2021
    CR-ITI Program Coordinator & TESOL/BE Instructor
    Touro College
    United States
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