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REGISTRATION - Assessment of Equity and Inclusion in the classroom - GE PLN Panel Discussion

  • 1.  REGISTRATION - Assessment of Equity and Inclusion in the classroom - GE PLN Panel Discussion

    Posted 07-10-2021 07:14 PM

    Live Panel Webinar: Assessment of Equity and Inclusion in the Classroom

     

    When:  Oct 28, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM (ET)

    Online Instructions:

    Url: http://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0kdOCorTMuH9CNHjggHcXzNjET21R-jiJR
    Login: Register through Zoom.


    DESCRIPTION

    As we strive for equity and inclusion, at some point, it is critical to take a step back and measure quantifiable criteria that demonstrate these constructs - equity and inclusion. To do so, it is important first to establish these criteria, then establish benchmarks through assessment of those criteria.

    This discussion seeks to help organizations to:

    - establish objective assessments of 1) equity and 2) inclusion
    - link specific equity and inclusion goals to the organization's strategic plan

    PANELISTS:

    Building Quality Assessments - Validity and Reliability

    Bio: Andrés Villalba is an Argentine EFL teacher who has worked in all levels of education, in Brazil and the USA. Andrés delivers conferences about innovation for universities, ministries and teachers' associations.

    Title: Culturally responsive strategies for validity and reliability in the Argentinian Context

    Abstract: At the Department of Language Policies (MED Argentina), we focus on linguistic aspects and actions in three areas: Foreign Languages, Bilingual Education with the Brazilian frontier and Bilingual Indigenous Education. In this presentation, I will share some general information, and show some material and culturally responsive strategies that apply to these contexts. 

    Linking Goals to an Organization's Strategic Plan:

     

    • Ching-Ching Lin, Ed.D, 2020-2021 President-Elect of NYS TESOL, New York, USA 
    • Monica Baker, Ed.M. 2020-2021 President of NYS TESOL, New York, USA

    Bio: Ching-Ching Lin, Ed. D. teaches TESOL and Bilingual Education in New York City. As an academia, she actively publishes on issues relating to TESOL teaching and learning. Her research interests mainly focus on engaging diversity as a strategic action plan for social change.

    Bio: Monica Baker, Ed. M. is an ENL teacher in the Hudson Valley and Chair of the Policy Board at Mid-Hudson Teacher Center. She is a passionate advocate for English Language Learners and their families, as well as an active member of NYSUT.  

    Title: Grappling with the puzzles of changing language landscapes

    Abstract:  In this presentation, we share NYS TESOL's expanded strategic projects and initiatives, that include an elevated focus on ensuring we continue to engage diversity, inclusion and equity. Both our action and progress associated with addressing the challenges and opportunities presented by this ever changing field will be discussed.

    Linking Goals to an Organization's Strategic Plan:

     

    Bio: Program Chair, College of Education (MATESOL, Bachelor's Education, Intensive English Learning), Doctoral Candidate, 25 years English learner educator and teacher trainer, published in Viet TESOL, Faculty Senate President

    Title: An Action Plan for a Diverse and Professional Learning Community.

    Abstract: Diversity, equity, and inclusion is a priority for educational leaders. Generating innovative ideas has led to embracing diverse perspectives. Westcliff University established a strategic plan grounded on principles of professional learning communities, global citizenship and advocacy, expertise and depth and knowledge, culturally reflective teaching, and sustainability through continuous improvement.

    Please, join the GE PLN community this October 28th at 12:00 EST and get inspired during the question and answer (QA) session! 


    If you have any queries, please email Glenda Gallardo.

    Please, feel free to share this event with your colleagues and in your social networks.

    Looking forward to seeing you at the event!



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    Glenda N Gallardo.
    EFL teacher, Universidad de Lima
    glendangallardo@gmail.com
    Lima, Peru.
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  • 2.  RE: REGISTRATION - Assessment of Equity and Inclusion in the classroom - GE PLN Panel Discussion

    Posted 08-10-2021 09:08 PM

    How is it going Glenda – I've attached two materials for your webinar to this page-according to your posting on-Oct 28, 2021.  Re: Live Panel Webinar: Assessment of Equity and Inclusion in the Classroom.  My e-mail contact is below if you need to speak with me directly. I understand you've reposted for a new webinar schedule- When:  Oct 28, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM (ET)

    Thank you much,
    MerriLee  Leonard
    merrileetl@mail.com
    M.A.Ed.,TESL
    Greenville Univesity
    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).
    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.
    ISBN-10: 1524962708.
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  • 3.  RE: REGISTRATION - Assessment of Equity and Inclusion in the classroom - GE PLN Panel Discussion

    Posted 09-10-2021 04:09 PM

    Howdy Colleagues!

    Please excuse my error on Glenda Gallardo's show time schedule date on---October 28, 2021.  I had posted a response and uploaded a couple of materials for her webinar discussion on October 07, 2021---not October 28, which is still too far ahead. Ms. G. Gallardo posted her webinar on the website---October 07, 2021. I have indicated October 28th, it is a typo---my apology.

     Thank you much,
    MerriLee  Leonard
    merrileetl@mail.com
    M.A.Ed.,TESL
    Greenville Univesity
    Author:  Beginner English Grammar Guide for English as a Second Language Students (1st Ed).
    ISBN-13: 978-1524962708.
    ISBN-10: 1524962708.
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