“BILINGUAL EDUCATION: UNCOVERING THE TALENTS OF MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS FROM EARLY CHILDHOOD THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL AND BEYOND
Location: Hilton Long Island Huntington,
Dates: March 15th-17th, 2018
You are invited to attend NYSABE’s 41st Annual Conference!
2018 Annual Conference
Melville, NY | March 15th- March 17th, 2018
Uncovering The Talents of **Multilingual Learners From Early Childhood Through High School & Beyond
Register Now! Pre-Registration is available until March 9, 2018
Register now and join a statewide network of bilingual/multilingual education professionals, English learner (EL) teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, professors, parents, students, advocates, researchers, and policy makers dedicated to promoting educational excellence and equity through bilingual/multilingual education.
To register, click here
*Deadlines have been extended until *
*February 2, 2018 for: *
*Call for Proposals *
*Student Essay & Art Contest*
*Call for Nominations*
For more information visit our NYSABE Conference website.
Posted on behalf of Open Education Database
The American Association for University Women recently reported that 53% of women have high student loan debt just one year after graduation, compared to 39% of men. Many women also face the added difficulties of trying to go to college for the first time later in life, returning to school after long gaps of time, and attaining a degree while being a single parent.
To help make college more accessible for them, our college planning experts at OEDB.org developed two holistic financial aid guides specifically for women. It breaks down available grants, scholarships, and fellowships, along with useful tips and tricks.
Women and single mothers are encouraged to apply, including bilingual women.
Please contact Charlotte if you have any questions about these financial aid guides or any of our other college planning resources!
Charlotte Wilson | Marketing
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PO Box 52755 | Houston, TX 77052
In this three-day professional development institute, Cheryl Urow will introduce the powerful notion of the Bridge to teachers, administrators, and leadership teams from dual language programs. The Bridge is the instructional movement when teachers bring the two languages together, strategical guiding bilingual learners to transform academic content they have learned in one language to the other, engage in contrastive analysis, develop academic English and Spanish across content areas, read and write grade-level tests across the curriculum, and develop metalinguistic awareness. This third consecutive event is an opportunity for schools and districts to continue building their capacity by sending coaches and teachers who have not yet had this particular training experience.
Institute includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack.
For more information, click here
See link for more details. Focus on bilingual and multilingual classrooms.
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