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Sunday Workshop 1 [clear filter]
Sunday, November 20

9:00am PST

CATESOL Service-Learning Workshop
Service-learning enhances CATESOL teachers’ understanding of ELLs, language learning theories and practices, and local communities. This CATESOL service-learning workshop provides lesson plans, activities, materials, and assessment tools for community-based civic engagement learning activities for ESL and EFL learners. The presenter will provide participants as much "hands-on" experience as possible. Participants will be guided to work in groups and identify community partners in their area to conceptualize a plan for how they might implement or incorporate service-learning at their school or in their program. Participants will be encouraged to draft a proposal for their administration and list what they think would be the benefits and logistical considerations. Potential discussion points such as legalities and insurance waivers may be prioritized.

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James Perren

Associate Professor, Alliant International University
James Perren is a language teacher, teacher educator, editor, and author, and teaches at Alliant International University in San Diego, California in several graduate TESOL programs. James' practical work informs his research and scholarly interests in service-learning curriculum... Read More →

Sunday November 20, 2016 9:00am - 10:20am PST
Royal Palm Salon 3

9:00am PST

NODEA: A Structured Approach towards Successfully Addressing Student Classroom Misbehavior
NODEA is a proven approach for addressing persistent student classroom misbehavior. It was developed to meet the needs of teachers and administrators facing increased occurrences of disruptive and/or inappropriate classroom behavior. Learning the NODEA process empowers teachers and administrators to utilize their authority in an effective and positive way by promoting student personal responsibility and accountability. In this practical workshop, participants will learn and practice the NODEA method. The workshop will conclude with Q & A.

Sunday November 20, 2016 9:00am - 10:20am PST
Royal Palm Salon 1

9:00am PST

Six Research-based Instructional Practices for Second Language Writing
This interactive presentation will provide teachers with resources to understand and apply key research-based instructional practices around integrated literacy (reading, writing, and academic oral language) for language learners.  Participants will explore high-leverage strategies to support (1) teaching genre writing as a process, (2) building on students’ backgrounds, (3) modeling writing for and with students, (4) developing academic oral language, (5) teaching grammar and vocabulary, and (6) publishing (and celebrating!) student writing.

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Dr. Julie Goldman

Director, Equity Curriculum and Instruction, San Diego County Office of Education

Sunday November 20, 2016 9:00am - 10:20am PST
Royal Palm Salon 2