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Friday, March 22 • 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Translanguaging: Lo que sabemos and What we Don’t

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Recent developments in language acquisition theory have great implications for classroom practice. With the publication of The Translanguaging Classroom, educators working with bilingual students are reflecting on implications for practice. In this panel, four presenters will discuss Translanguaging from different perspectives: Susana Ibarra Johnson will discuss how translanguaging can be used by teachers in different contexts and summarize the purposes for translanguaging. Angela Randolph will discuss the questions to be considered when Translanguaging practices come to a developing dual language program. Cristina Alfaro will address how translanguaging is addressed in pre-service teacher preparation. Margarita Jimenez-Silva and Leslie Banes will address how translanguaging rubrics are developed for teacher supervisors.

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Leslie Banes

Lecturer/Supervisor of Teacher Education, UC Davis
I am a former bilingual teacher, proficient in English and Spanish. Broadly speaking, my work focuses on preparing teachers of culturally and linguistically diverse students, equity issues in mathematics teaching and assessment, and the intersection between language and mathematics... Read More →
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Cristina Alfaro

San Diego State University
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M. Beatriz Arias

Center for Applied Linguistics
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Angela Randolph

Desert Sands USD


Friday March 22, 2019 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Long Beach Convention Center - 204

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