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Presente y futuro de los programas de preparación de educadores plurilingües: Educar y aprender en un contexto de translenguaje

Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2022 - 07:24 PM

Educar y aprender de candidatos plurilingües requiere que tanto estxs como el profesorado estén comprometidos to stretch their pedagogic, linguistic, and socio-cultural repertoires. En este webinar, tres programas de preparación de candidatxs plurilingües -SDSU, SJSU y CSUDH- presentarán como analizan, construyen, y evalúan practicas de aprendizaje que son pedagógicamente inclusivas, equitativas desde el punto de vista lingüístico y justas en términos de conciencia crítica.

To educate and learn from plurilingual candidates, students and faculty must be committed to stretching their pedagogic, linguistic, and socio-cultural repertoires. In this webinar, three plurilingual teacher preparation programs --SDSU, SJSU, and CSUDH- will present how they analyze, construct, and assess learning practices pedagogically inclusive., equitable in terms of language, and fair through the lenses of critical consciousness.

Facilitator
Ferran/Fernando Rodríguez-Valls, Professor (CSU Fullerton)

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Presenters:
Dr. Melissa A. Navarro Martell, Asst Professor in STEM education, (San Diego State University)
Jennifer Yanga Peña, Dual Language Teacher and Lecturer (San Diego State University/CSU Dominguez Hills)
Dr. Eduardo Muñoz-Muñoz, Assistant Professor Bilingual Authorization Program Coordinator (San Jose State University)
Romina Román Shugan, Student Teacher (San Jose State University)
Dr. Elexia Reyes Mcgovern, Associate Professor (CSU Dominguez Hills)
Raquel Herrera Miranda, Youth Care Worker at Newcomer Facilities (CSU Dominguez Hills)
Stephanie Lizarraga, 3rd Dual Language Teacher (El Monte School District)