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Thursday, March 21 • 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Recognition-Redistribution Perspective for Equity and Engagement of English Learners

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As a critical approach to professional development, the needs of English Learners must be “recognized” and the resources and services must be equitably “redistributed” for student engagement. Indicators and facilitators of EL’s engagement gathered from recently conducted qualitative studies including a dual language immersion program will be shared. Indicators are markers related to effort, enthusiasm, thoroughness, or willingness to participate. The influences of social and cultural capital as facilitating factors on student engagement will be highlighted.

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avatar for José Lalas

José Lalas

Professor, University of Redlands
Jose has been involved in teacher education for 27 years as a faculty in both public and private universities (14 years at CSU Dominguez Hills; currently, 13 years at University of Redlands). Prior to his teacher education experience, Jose has been a junior high school classroom... Read More →
avatar for María Ordaz

María Ordaz

Program Facilitator, San Bernardino City USD
avatar for Michelle Scribner

Michelle Scribner

Assistant Principal & Teacher Educator, Colton USD
avatar for Heidi Strikwerda

Heidi Strikwerda

Program Facilitator/ELF, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
Heidi is currently serves as support staff as Program Facilitator, English Language Facilitator, Chair of the English Department and Team Lead at Dr. Martin Luther King Middle School, in San Bernardino City Unified School District, a school located in a low socioeconomic area with... Read More →



Thursday March 21, 2019 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Westin Long Beach - Naples

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