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Saturday, March 26, 2016
HIGHLIGHTS
Workshops, Institutes, Activities
9:00 am - 12:00 pm / Workshop Sessions
Special Half Day Institutes
8:00 am - 12:00 pm / Warren Dale - Creating Ethnographic Videos / Visit to Chinatown Street Market
9:00 am - 12:00 pm / 2-Way CABE Dual Immersion Program Showcase / Grace McField / Diana Velez
Featured Speakers
10:45 am - 12:00 pm / 123 Andrés / Alma Flor Ada / F. Isabel Compoy / Suni Paz
Special Events
10:45 pm - 12:00 pm / CABE Membership Meeting / Imperial B
12:00 pm / Final Conference iPad Drawing / CABE Store / Yosemite Foyer
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm / Closing CABE Sing Along / Imperial B
C LOSING
CABE
SING-A-LONG
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm / Imperial B
join us!
Leave CABE 2016
with a song in your heart!
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
PLAN YOUR DAY
MORNING 9:00 am - 12:30pm
What did I learn at CABE 2016 that I will put in practice next week?
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
HALF DAY INSTITUTES 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
FEATURED INSTITUTE
•The La Clase Mágica Nephualtzitzin Ethnomathematics
Club: Setting up an Ethnomathematics Afterschool
Informal Learning Club
NOTE SPECIAL TIME
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Franciscan D
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 2
•Creating Ethnographic Videos: A Powerful Door to
Cultural Understanding
Warren Dale, CABE
Grade Level: All
Language:
Strand: Curriculum & Instruction
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
We will begin our four hour BYOD adventure with an
early morning walking visit to the colorful Chinatown
street market where you will use your cellphone or
tablet to capture the engulfing sights and sounds.
After returning to the hotel you will learn how to edit
your pictures into a video telling the story of the visit.
Next you will learn how to share your ethnographic
masterpiece with the world. You will leave knowing how
to integrate videos into your classroom language and
cultural curriculum as an authentic “Proof-of Learning”.
Please have a video editing app like iMovie, KineMaster
Pro or VivaVideo loaded on your device.
•Engineering Understanding: Applying Science
Concepts and Building Academic Language
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 8
Diana Velez, UC Berkeley
Claudio Vargas, Oakland USD
Grade Level: K-8
Language: English
Strand: English Language Development (ELD)
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Come problem-solve and design with us as we
explore lessons and strategies that provide authentic
engineering challenges that further science content
learning for all students.
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Margarita Machado-Casas, University of Texas at San
Antonio
Lorena Claeys, University of Texas at San Antonio
Belinda Flores, University of Texas at San Antonio
Everardo Lara González, Independent Consultant
Grade Level: Preschool-8
Language: English
Strand: Curriculum & Instruction
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Using the epistemology of the sacred sciences, which
encompasses notions of spirituality, transcendence,
harmonic balance and synchronization, and evolution,
The La Clase Mágica: Nepohualtzitzin Ethnomathematics
(Nepo) Club is a collaborative project currently under
the umbrella of the La Clase Mágica. This club is
designed to support bilingual and generalist teachers
and their students using culturally efficacious strategies
and materials. The La Clase Mágica Nephualtzitzin
Club is an after school informal learning club designed
to improve student capacity and confidence in
mathematics. Club participants develop the ability to
think and apply reasoning skills, improve concentration,
focus and memory, through association. The club
combines both the use of the ancient Nepohualtzitzin
and modern tools to engage students. Using interactive
hands-on activities and media, participants will learn
how to use the Nepohualtzinzin and what they need to
know in order to start a club at their school sites.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
HALF DAY INSTITUTES 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
•Acceso a los textos complejos: cómo apoyar a la
comprensión de textos informativos en español
•Get Ready for the SB1174 Vote! A New Language
Education Policy for California
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 1
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 6
Francisco Pérez Duque, San Diego USD
Danielle Garegnani, WestEd
Grace McField, CSU San Marcos
Grade Level: K-8
Language: Spanish
Strand: Biliteracy/Dual Immersion
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
En este instituto se presentarán estrategias, basadas en
la lingüística sistémico funcional, para la comprensión
de lectura y su aplicación a la escritura de textos
informativos en español. Los participantes investigarán
las características y los patrones del lenguaje de varios
tipos de textos, interactuarán con actividades que
apoyan la comprensión usando las características de
diferentes géneros de textos informativos en español.
•Dual Language Immersion Program Showcase,
Sponsored by 2-Way CABE
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Plaza B
Peggy Morrison, 2-Way CABE
Estella Patel, Banning USD
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Advocacy & Engagement
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
What are the three key factors that led to the passage
of Proposition 227 (1997-8) that instituted Englishonly instruction for all intents and purposes in
California? How can individuals, parents, educators, and
community members and organizations come together
to spread the word about A) common community goals,
B) the consistent research on bilingual education, and C)
the need to support a multilingual education policy that
is fit for California, the world’s eighth largest economy?
Come join this community forum that will focus on
advocating for Senate Bill 1174, which will update the
badly outdated Proposition 227. Engage in strategically
planning to support SB1174, which will allow local
control for schools to offer multilingual programs.
Support spreading awareness about California’s
opportunity to vote to help schools teach language skills
to address the academic, economic, health, military/
national security and social needs of our golden state
and beyond!
Grade Level: K-8
Language: English
Strand: Biliteracy/Dual Immersion
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Visit 2-Way CABE’s Dual Language Immersion Program
showcase! Two-Way Immersion schools will display
information about their programs, their students
and teachers, their successes and challenges. You
will have an opportunity to speak to staff and parent
representatives of each school and engage in informal
conversation and questions and answers about these
two-way programs. This is a drop-in showcase in a
“poster session” format. There is no need to attend for
the full 3 hours.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
FEATURED SPEAKERS 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
123 Andrés
Academia Cultural
Alma Flor Ada, Author
F. Isabel Campoy, Author
Suni Paz, Suni Paz
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Plaza A
•Music to Inspire Dual Language Acquisition
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Yosemite B
•“Está linda la mar” cómo enseñar y disfrutar la
poesía en la clase
Desde la teoría a la práctica. La poesía como
instrumento de aprendizaje, afianzamiento de la
identidad, ampliación del vocabulario y disfrute
en la clase.
CABE
SAVE THE DATE
201 7
Anaheim
March 29 - April 1
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Singing has long been a way for learning language
and is an excellent tool for enhancing language arts
lessons. Dual language songs help children acquire
new vocabulary in multiple languages, promote
self-esteem and provide opportunities for teaching
a variety of subjects. The interactive presentation
demonstrates how educators can incorporate music
and original songs to teach geography, improve
listening and cognitive skills, and introduce a variety
of musical genres and styles.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 11 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
•Neuropedagogy: Teaching the Way the Brain
Learns Best
•HERENCIA Y LEGADO:
Parent Empowerment for Biliteracy
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Imperial A
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 2
Victor Tellez, Compton USD
Alma Castro, CSU Long Beach
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Professional Development/Teacher Preparation
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Parent and Community Engagement
Audience Level: Experienced
We have all used neuropedagogy, or brain friendly
teaching, in one way or another. Sometimes we have
not been aware of it. Other times, without being aware
of it, we have taught in direct opposition to how the
brain learns best. In this presentation we will address
what research says about learning. We will look at such
areas as attention, literacy development, and memory.
We will also look at a much neglected aspect of
neuropedagogy-- the role of exercise in learning.
In this workshop, results of a dissertation study I
conducted in partnership with CSULB, narrates the
experiences of EL high school students and staff
highlighting untapped linguistic resources of EL
students. Perceptions about the impact of a voluntary
assets-based policy, the Los Angeles Unified School
District (LAUSD) Seal of Biliteracy Awards Program
are uncovered. The principal focus of this study
was to explore Latino students’ pursuit of language
recognition and the perceived academic impact
associated with receiving this award. Altogether,
the LAUSD and State Seal of Biliteracy legitimize
non-dominant languages, granting linguistic cultural
capital, power, and dismantling language imperialism.
This initiative further encourages students to study
multiple languages in preparation to face the demands
of a global landscape. The focus of this workshop is
to empower parents by validating a native tongue for
crafting promising academic pathways for ELs that are
falling off the education pipeline. Despite the myriad of
academic challenges Latino students face, they possess
defined strengths. Overwhelmingly, research amplifies
the benefits of capitalizing on a native language as a
resource towards acquiring proficiency in a second
language.
•La disciplina con dignidad los siete días de la semana
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 3
Jorge Dueñas, Marysville Joint Unified SD
Grade Level: All
Language: Spanish
Strand: Parent and Community Engagement
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
La disciplina prepara a los niños, adolescentes y adultos
a hacer buenas decisiones en sus futuros. También
la disciplina aumenta su autoestima y los enseña a
ser responsables por sus acciones, convertiéndose
en personas productivas de nuestras comunidades.
Vengan a compartir como mejorar la comunicación
con nuestros hijos. Compartiremos ideas de como
desarrollar un sistema de disciplina consistente, firme
y con mucha dignidad. Ustedes recibirán un folleto
con ideas y sugerencias que podrían comenzar a usar
inmediatamente. También se compartirá la manera de
comunicarse con el presentador por correo electrónico.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 11 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM
•Tide Pools to Treetops: Adaptable Interdisciplinary
Units That Your Students Will Love!
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Franciscan B
Josefa Bustos, Hanford Elementary SD
Grade Level: K-5
Language: English
Strand: Curriculum & Instruction
Audience Level: Experienced
In this session we will see how the Next Generation
Science Standards (NGSS) can guide our themes
throughout the year. This workshop will include a close
look at adaptable primary units of study that were built
around NGSS including all disciplines. We will look at
how the reading and writing standards help students
understand science content and how science helps
students succeed in Language Arts and Math standards.
The presentation will include the use of notebooks
and vocabulary development through content. Finally
we will take a look at how engineering standards,
art, singing and dancing make it both hands on and
engaging(fun).
•Sane su pasado para criar hijos exitosos y felices
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 1
Isabel Lara, Mt. Diablo USD
Grade Level: All
Language: Spanish
Strand: Parent and Community Engagement
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Como padres de familia, si no hemos resuelto los
problemas de nuestra niñez, la forma en que criamos a
nuestros hijos será afectada y puede dañar la relación
con ellos. Todos los padres queremos que nuestros hijos
sean exitosos y felices, pero a veces nuestras acciones
los afectan negativamente. En este taller, los guiaré a
través de sus recuerdos y sus propias experiencias de la
infancia- lo bueno y lo malo. Juntos analizaremos como
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esas experiencias han afectado la dinámica y la relación
con sus propios hijos. Hablaremos de los cambios
en nuestras vidas. Luego, aprenderemos maneras
de resolver diferentes conductas negativas. También
les guiaré como desarrollar mejores métodos para
comunicar sus valores reales tales como la honestidad,
la compasión, la bondad, y la responsabilidad entre
otros. ¡Nuestros hijos triunfarán en la escuela y en la
vida como resultado de nuestro cambio!
•Teaching Symbolic Chinese Characters to Preschool
Children in Fun Ways
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 3
Amy Li, Wu Yee Children’s Services Lok Yuen Center
Lisa Lim, Wu Yee Children’s Services Lok Yuen Center
Jenny Xie, Wu Yee Children’s Services Lok Yuen Center
Lisa Li, Wu Yee Children’s Services Lok Yuen Center
Grade Level: Preschool
Language: English, Chinese
Strand: Early Childhood Education
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Conference participants will learn to use Total Physical
Response Techniques that enhance preschool children’s
pronunciation of Chinese characters, develop their
understanding of the characters’ roots and structure,
and, most importantly in Chinese, help them learn to
recognize these characters in context. The presenters
will lecture briefly, then physically demonstrate their
classroom use of multiple techniques, incorporating Tai
Chi, singing, dancing and games to support a holistic
language learning approach. Participants will be invited
to participate. 參加者將學習如何使用全身運動技術
去提升學前兒童對中國文字的發音, 幫助他們了解中
文字體的結構。演講者會結合太極,唱歌跳舞, 遊戲,
Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 11 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM
•Conceptualizing Support in Academic Leadership
Through Critical Pedagogy: A Redefining Model
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Yosemite B
on creating safe opportunities for students to speak
academic English. If you have access to the internet, you
can implement these curriculum ideas for free! There
will be door prizes from the Monterey Bay Aquarium!
Kenia Cueto, Chapman University
Tim Bolin, Chapman University
•The Earlier the Better: Bilingual Education for Infants
and Toddlers
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Leadership
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 8
The presentation will be a participatory workshop
that will allow the audience to share their expertise,
concerns, and ideas with one another. We will include
examples of “what works” and “what doesn’t” in
relation to CP leaderships models. Through this
cooperative collaboration (CP model), new support
strategies for students, parents, and co-workers will be
highlighted. Support from leadership (administrative,
professorial, academic) comes in many forms
however, little thought is given to how it is being
dispersed.”Leaders who do not act dialogically, but insist
on imposing their decisions, do not organize the people-they manipulate them. They do not liberate, nor are
they liberated: they oppress.” Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of
the Oppressed.
•Jellies Don’t Judge: Planning, Practicing, and
Presenting About Nature Using Technology
Kerrie Perata, Felton Institute
Courtney Ludlow, Felton Institute
Araseli Alvarez, Felton Institute
Grade Level: Preschool
Language: English
Strand: Early Childhood Education
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Have you ever wondered how to implement a highquality bilingual program for infants and toddlers?
Come experience real examples from an innovative and
inclusive toddler program. Our classroom combines best
practices in early care and education with approaches
to support the young dual language learner. Through
documentation we will display how teachers can use
care routines, open-ended play “invitations”, and
early literacy interests as strategies for dual language
learning.
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 9
George Feldman, Monterey Bay Aquarium
Grade Level: Preschool-5
Language: English
Strand: Technology and Digital Learning
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Join educators from the Monterey Bay Aquarium to
explore how you can use Little Bird Tales to help your
English Learners feel confident and excited to share
their ideas. Using a unit on Jellies, we’ll share tips
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 11 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM
•Autobiography, Biography, Family Histories:
Developing Writing Skills Using Authentic Topics
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Yosemite A
Michele Fortes, UC Davis
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: English Language Development (ELD)
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Motivate students to write! Learn about your students!
Build a respectful classroom community that brings
family knowledge into the curriculum. This hands-on
workshop will share and model several activities that
support students as they write about themselves and
their families. The activities engage children and families
in the writing process and address Common Core
Writing and Language Standards and ELD Standards at
the same time. Several types of autobiographical and
biographical writing will be shared including “Where
I am From” poems, student written biographies of
their parents, ABC poems, and “history of my name”
narratives. Many examples of student work will be
shared and connections to Common Core Standards will
the highlighted.
•OCDE Project GLAD® en español
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Franciscan C
Diana Hernández, Orange County DOE
Nicole Chávez, Orange County DOE
Grade Level: All
Language: Spanish
Strand: Biliteracy/Dual Immersion
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
OCDE Project GLAD® por sus siglas en ingles (Diseño
de Adquisición del Lenguaje Guiado) es un modelo de
desarrollo profesional dedicado a construir lenguaje
académico y literatura. Esta sesión le proveerá de un
resumen del modelo así como también de estrategias de
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instrucción académica que apoyan considerablemente
el desarrollo del lenguaje y la literatura dentro del
ambiente de inmersión. Exploraremos aplicaciones
en salones de clases de inmersión en ambos idiomas
(español y en ingles).
•Vocabulary Development Through Chants, Poems and
Songs in a Two-Way Immersion Program
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 4
Susan Dunlap, Redwood City SD
Narda García, Redwood City SD
Lilia Zepeda, Redwood City SD
Grade Level: K-2
Language: English
Strand: Biliteracy/Dual Immersion
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
The presenters will demonstrate how to use chants,
poems and songs to make new vocabulary accessible while
developing and practicing language skills. Through the use of
teacher created poems and chants, using familiar melodies,
you can introduce tier two theme related vocabulary to your
students in a fun and easy way. Participants will create a
group chant or song to take back to their schools.
•Four Years and a Million Dollars: Making College
Dreams Come True
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 5
David McField, Mira Costa College
Grace McField, CSU San Marcos
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: College and Career Readiness
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Did you know that a college graduate earns one
million dollars more over a lifetime than a high school
graduate? This workshop will engage parents in a
Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 11 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM
conversation about key ways to support their children in
the K-16 path of success, and provide planning tips for
children at all levels of education. Topics to be discussed
include, 1) the relationship between education and
potential income; 2) questions parents can ask teachers
about programs; 3) new opportunities available under
the federal Dream Act, for high school dropouts or
undocumented status students; 4) programs available at
junior colleges (even without a high school diploma!); 5)
scholarships that exist for future bilingual teachers.
•Supporting Transgender Students: Ensuring a Safe and
Positive Learning Environment
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Yosemite C
Lisa Cisneros, California Rural Legal Assistance
Mary Hernández, Garcia, Hernandez, Sawhney &
Bermudez, LLC
Judy Chiasson, Los Angeles USD
•Two Languages on My Tongue, Twice the Pleasure
and Twice the Fun: Spanglish in the Classroom
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 7
Amy Costales, University of Oregon
Grade Level: All
Language: English, Spanish
Strand: Standard English Learners
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Amy Costales, Spanish Heritage Language Advisor
at the University of Oregon, will present Spanish
language development methodology to meet the needs
of heritage speakers. This interactive presentation
will address linguistic variation in Spanish-speaking
communities in the U.S. as well as specifically
addressing Spanglish. Come learn how to help students
broaden their Spanish while validating the Spanish they
already speak.
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Multicultural/Diversity Education
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
•Rime Magic: The Decoding Solution
California and federal law protect transgender students’
rights to participate in sports and activities, and use
facilities consistent with their gender identity. LAUSD
implemented such a policy over a decade ago. The
Department of Education has prosecuted districts under
Title IX for anti-transgender discrimination. At the same
time, there are more resources to help schools foster
an inclusive environment. This presentation will provide
legal information and tips from school administrators
and legal advocates on supporting student success.
Sharon Zinke, West Contra Costa USD
Angela Barra, Mount Diablo USD
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Room: BR-Franciscan A
Grade Level: K-12
Language: English
Strand: Curriculum & Instruction
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Our transitioning and dual immersion students deserve
instruction that provides fast results. Come and find out
how to engage your students and bring their English
word recognition levels to proficiency quickly. Students
experience immediate success and their confidence
soars when they are immersed in short, daily Rime
Magic lessons that lead to the easy decoding of multisyllabic words. Eyes light up and you will hear comments
like “Oh! Now I get it!”. The CCSS Reading Foundational
Skills will come alive in your classroom. Students
who have fallen behind in word recognition will find
motivation and success in just a few targeted lessons.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 12 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
•Spanish Biliterate Teachers Training and Credentialing:
Keys to Excellence
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 9
•Rich Math Tasks as Language Catalysts
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 4
Rosario Outes, Spain Ministry of Education
Glenn Kenyon, San Francisco USD
Noam Szoke, San Francisco USD
Grade Level: 6-12, College/University, Adult Education
Language: Spanish
Strand: Biliteracy/Dual Immersion
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Grade Level: K-5
Language: English
Strand: English Language Development (ELD)
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Exploraremos un estudio basado en la producción
escrita de alumnos de las escuelas secundarias (high
school y middle school) de programas de inmersión
dual en California a lo largo de los últimos años. Habrá
descripciones y explicaciones de algunos errores
frecuentes de gramática y vocabulario. Compartiremos
ideas para mejorar la enseñanza de escritura en
español.
We have an obligation to our EL students to provide
meaningful access to grade-level math content via
appropriate instruction. Complex texts and intellectually
challenging activities are integral to the new CCSS-M.
Participants will learn how rich math problems can be
presented, worked on, and shared in heterogeneous
classrooms in ways that support high cognitive demand
as well as promote meaningful interactions between
all students, including English Language learners. These
strategies are a key component of SFUSD’s focus on
discourse in the implementation of the CCSS-M.
•“No ‘sabo’ All of It.” How Strong is Their Spanish?
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 3
Esther Berndt, Redwood City SD
Grade Level: K-12
Language: English, Spanish
Strand: Assessment & Accountability
Audience Level: Experienced
Why are some of my students still struggling to read
in Spanish even though they are receiving bilingual
instruction? Could it be that their Spanish is not as
strong as I assume? Why not assess Spanish oral
language as we do English? Come hear how a formative
assessment of Spanish oral language can help guide
individualized or small group instruction for your
struggling readers, enabling them to make accelerated
progress in reading.
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•Learning Language while Special Needs:
Toddlers in Dual Language Immersion
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Franciscan B
Jessica Miguel, CSU Fresno
Grade Level: Preschool-K
Language: English
Strand: Special Needs Education (e.g.Gate/Special Ed)
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Using current and ongoing research this presentation
will describe and discuss a Dual Language Immersion
program that enrolls three to five year old Special
Education students in California’s Central Valley. Instances
of language learning among the students will be viewed
through the frameworks of Translanguaging and the Third
Space in order to provide teachers with real life classroom
examples and to promote a positive discourse of these
frameworks within early and special education.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 12 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
•Rethinking Bilingual Education - With a Social Justice
Perspective
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 3
•Familias unidas a través de la lectura y el aprendizaje
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 1
Pilar Mejia, SFABE & Rethinking Bilingual Education
Peggy Morrison, 2-Way CABE
Ninfa Zuno, Redwood SD
Secundino Zuno, Familias Unidas a Tráves de la Lectura
y el Aprendizaje
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Advocacy & Engagement
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Grade Level: Preschool-5, Adult,
Language: Spanish
Strand: Parent and Community Engagement
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
We want to share and get your feedback about a new
bilingual education book Rethinking Schools will publish
soon. We define bilingual ed as occurring in instructional
settings where teaching and learning take place in two
languages with the objective of developing long--term
biliteracy. This book will share articles that describe K-12 bilingual classroom teaching and curriculum—those
that are social justice oriented, story--rich, replicable
and critical--teaching from a social justice perspective.
This is about teachers sharing with teachers and is
focused on students’ voices!
Administradores, maestros y padres cada uno somos un
factor esencial para el éxito académico del estudiante.
Los padres latinos han expresado el deseo de apoyar
a sus hijos, pero no saben como hacerlo. Familias
Unidas promueve el progreso de nuestra comunidad
enseñando a los padres como apoyar y guiar a sus hijos.
Padres e hijos juntos en familia aprenden estrategias
de lectura, las matemáticas, la tecnología y las
herramientas necesarias para lograr la meta de que sus
hijos se gradúen de la universidad. ¡Más de 500 familias
latinas han participado! Familias Unidas recibió los
siguientes premios: J. Russell Kent Exemplary Program
Award presentado por San Mateo County School Boards
Association en el 2010; y el San Mateo County Reading
Association Award en el 2013.
•Experiencing the Shift in Teaching and Learning A Series of Modeled Lessons
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 2
Lorena Vega, Hughson USD
Annie Duong, San Joaquin COE
Grade Level: K-5
Language: English
Strand: English Language Development (ELD)
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Participants will experience first hand the activities/
strategies that are being implements in the K-3
classrooms to exemplify the changes in teaching and
learning in the Common Core era. Video clips, students’
work will be shared along with detailed discussions on
the implementation to meet the needs of all students,
especially English learners.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 12 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
•Teaching and Supporting Migrant Children in Our
Schools: A Culturally Proficient Approach
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Yosemite C
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Multicultural/Diversity Education
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
This session will focus on how to reach cultural
proficiency both in practice and in policies in order
to close the academic achievement and social gaps
that exist among migrant students and non-migrant
students. Outcomes: •Participants will have an
opportunity to assess where they, their school, school
districts, county offices and migrant education offices
are by identifying key components of the five principles
of cultural proficiency. •Participants will identify how
they can plan and implement a cultural proficient
environment for migrant students and their families.
•Participants will share challenges and success stories
will be made available as well as other resources that
support cultural proficiency as a tool for school and
community leaders.
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10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 4
Naurin Khan, Be GLAD® LLC
Tasneem Arain, Be GLAD LLC
Amina Khan, Be GLAD LLC
Reyes Quezada, University of San Diego
Fernando Rodríguez-Valls, CSU Fullerton
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•South Asian Be GLAD Awareness-Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi
Grade Level: All
Language: English, Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi,
Strand: Asian & Pacific American Education/Indigenous
Languages
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
This is a specialized Be GLAD® Awareness/overview
presentation that exemplifies how GLAD® strategies
are used to support Punjabi, Urdu and Hindi speaking
populations. Participants will experience some GLAD
strategies through active participation in these
languages. Participants will be taken on a journey with
actual samples of the GLAD strategies conducted in
various languages. The Guided Language Acquisition
Design (GLAD®) is a model of professional development
with proven replicability in hundreds of school sites
across the nation. Through Be GLAD® training, teachers
are provided with research, theory, and practical,
effective strategies that promote academic language,
literacy, academic achievement, and cross-cultural skills.
Saturday Special Events
10:45 pm - 12:00 pm / CABE Membership Meeting / Imperial B
12:00 pm / Final Conference iPad Drawing / CABE Store / Yosemite Foyer
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm / Closing CABE Sing Along / Imperial B
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WORKSHOPS / SESSION 12 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
•Teaching Writing to Language Learners: Strategies
for Success
•Ni Hot Tamales nor Criminales: Our Stories in
Nuestras Propias Voces
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: Tower 3-Golden Gate 5
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Continental Ballroom 7
Erick Herrmann, Academic Language Learning
Institute, Inc.
Amy Costales, University of Oregon
Grade Level: 3-12
Language: English
Strand: Commercial
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Participants will explore the challenges of teaching
writing to English learners at a variety of proficiency
levels. A framework for integrating writing throughout
the subject areas in a manageable and sustainable way
will be presented. Specific, practical strategies will be
introduced that participants will be able to implement
immediately in their classrooms, including ways to
increase the amount of writing to engage English
learners.
•Primary Coders: Unplugged Activities to Teach Coding
Foundations to English Learners
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Yosemite A
Leticia Batista, Oxnard SD
Grade Level: K-2
Language: English
Strand: English Language Development (ELD)
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Grade Level: 6-12, College/University, Adult Education
Language: English, Spanish
Strand: University Programs
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Presenter will present digital story-telling projects
of University of Oregon Spanish Heritage Language
Students that document their family and personal
history. The students all grew up in Spanish-speaking
families/communities and participated in a course that
combines U.S Latino History and U.S. Latino Literature
with an introduction to ethnic studies and sociolinguistics. The course allows students to recuperate
and/or further develop Spanish-language skills while
supporting a positive sense of identity in all its facets.
A positive sense of identity relates to more positive
achievement, academic motivation and engagement.
In the digital storytelling projects students respond to
the course material they find most compelling. Topics
include immigration, status in the U.S., questioning
of the meaning of success, sexual orientation, family
and personal triumphs, personal talents, social
barriers, reception of Spanglish, gender identity, etc.
The students become participatory members in the
production of the representation of Latinos, their topics
being themselves.
I will share unplugged activities that help support EL
students’ understanding of coding foundations. Through
hands-on activities such as play, story telling, music,
calendar time, drawing, nursery rhymes, and patterns
you will see how these foundations can be applied to
also meet ELD foundations in kindergarten. Additional
support in Second Language Acquisition and greater
relevance with unplugged lessons has been supported
by simultaneously teaching coding foundations with
ELD lessons.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
WORKSHOPS / SESSION 12 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
•Attaining the Promise: Mapping the Trajectory Toward the Promise of Biliteracy and Academic Excellence,
TK-12
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Room: BR-Franciscan C
Kris Nicholls, CABE Professional Development Services
Grade Level: All
Language: English
Strand: Biliteracy/Dual Immersion
Audience Level: New to Field/Experienced
Research Dual Language Immersion (DLI) programs shows that students in DLI programs outperform their peers
in measures of academic achievement and in their levels of biliteracy by the time they complete elementary
school and continue on this trajectory through the remainder of their school career. Often, administrators,
teachers, parents, and community members ask, “How can we be sure that our DLI program is on the right path
to provide our students the same outcomes as we see in the research?” It is not uncommon for DLI programs to
be dismantled after only 4 or 5 years due to uncertainty that the program can deliver these positive outcomes.
This presentation explores some of the challenges in and benefits of considering a system to map the trajectory of
established programs whose students do attain the promise of high levels of academic achievement and biliteracy.
This is important in the current context with the exponential growth of DLI programs, as it has the potential
to inform the development of new and refinement of experienced programs so that administrators, teachers,
parents, and community members can be assured that the students will also have the opportunity to reach the
promise of high levels of academic achievement and biliteracy.
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
CABE Members are invited to participate in the
Annual Membership Meeting 2016!
Saturday, March 26, 10:45 am-12:00 pm in the Imperial B Room.
Karling Aquilera-Fort
CABE President
Ramón Zavala
CABE Vice President
The Membership Meeting provides you with the opportunity to meet your elected CABE Board
Members and give valuable input on CABE’s Strategic Plan as well as hear about upcoming elections for open board positions.
CABE President Karling Aguilera-Fort, and Vice President Ramón Zavala, along with other board
members, will share the progress of the CABE Strategic Plan (The CABE Compass) and lead attendees in providing insight and feedback on how CABE can best serve the educators and parents of English Learner students, promoting the CABE vision of Biliteracy for All.
Come to the Membership Meeting and let your
voice be heard!
Date: Saturday, March 26, 2016
Time: 10:45 am-12:00 pm
Place: Imperial B
All participants will receive a FREE CABE T-shirt!
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Saturday, March 26, 2016
CLOSING
CABE
SING-A-LONG
What better way to bring our CABE 2016 conference to a
close than with a CABE community sing-a-long?
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Room: Imperial B
Join musicians José Luis Orozco, Stanley and Yolanda Lucero,
Suny Paz, Alma Flor Ada, F. Isabel Campoy,
and others as we enjoy the gift of music and
voice to share our “canciones favoritas.”
join us!
Leave CABE 2016
with a song in your heart!
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