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WIDA advances academic language development for culturally and linguistically diverse students. RTs and follows do not constitute organizational endorsements.
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Lauren Harrison 22h
English learners cannot access specialized instruction in special education if that instruction is not culturally and linguistically responsive; this must be part of the IEP discussion.
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Dennise T 22h
What a wonderful experience to listen to and meet Poet, José Olivarez.
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Ashley Foxborn 22h
Last day of the Conference. Representing for all our multilingual scholars at
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Erika Studer 22h
Thank you for my favorite workshop of the conference!
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Galen Eric Murray 22h
Really careful, thoughtful, and thorough work by the team on mapping skills to curricula. Great way to wrap up the week at . Bravo!
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Robin Wilkinson 22h
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Veronica Zamora 22h
Ngoc-Diep Nguyen The importance of serving multilingual learners closing day.
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Olivia Mulcahy 22h
💜 Diep Nguyen bringing it home. 💜
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Andrea Glauber 22h
If we don't find out our students' stories, we have failed. -Ngoc-Diep Nguyen
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🌍 FRPS MLL Department 22h
Beautiful poetry shared by this morning’s Keynote speaker Josè Olivarez reminded educators about our why’s.
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Andrea Glauber 22h
You can't tell whether a new student who walks in your classroom is an immigrant or refugee without asking about their story. -Ngoc-Diep Nguyen
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Karen D. Stern 21h
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Carol Salva 21h
I'm not at but I have some amazing memories of 2017! I met all these exactly 2 years ago today. 🙌🙌🙌
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Betsy Howard 21h
Humbly reminded how necessary it is for us to look at all our students through an equity lens & think about our responsibilities as educators and celebrate the role we play in their lives.
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Ronilee Mooney Ed.D 21h
The Newport Schools EL team representing at the Conference
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Dr. Piedad Kaye 21h
Dr. Diep Nguyen with a message in understanding the experiences of our immigrant & refugee students. Authentic voices of students sharing their life experiences. How do we support these students as they sit in our classrooms? “Their journey is not over!”
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Nicole Anderson 22h
“The purpose of complex sentences is not to write complex sentences- it is to connect ideas!” YES, Ruslana Westerlund!
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WIDA™ Oct 18
Glad you could join us!
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Lauren Harrison Oct 17
Ahhhh! So happy to see these amazing women at ! and Maria Serpa Talking ESL, SPED, power, language, systems...Thankful!
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gen grieci Oct 17
Moving from a deficit to an asset based perspective/-building an equity and a master plan plan for English Lerners
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