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2022 Immigrant Student Success Virtual Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Denzil Mohammed
03:57
Good m,orning everyone
Aidan Lin
04:01
Hello everyone! Welcome! I'm Aidan Lin from the Public Ed Institute at The ILC.
Denzil Mohammed
04:13
We'll begin at 11:00 am ET.
Aidan Lin
04:19
Please use this chat box to introduce yourselves to one another and ask questions throughout the conference.
Aidan Lin
04:29
Be sure to send your chats to "All Panelists and Attendees" so everyone sees them!
Denzil Mohammed
06:40
Hi Christiana! Good luck with your session today!
Christiana Gianetta
08:58
Hello everyone! Thank you so much
Jatinder Kaur
10:40
Hi everyone. This is Jatinder from MI.
Ciara Callwood
10:41
Greetings all on a lovely day two,I am Ciara. Originally from NYC. With Adult and youth ESL/EFL/ELL/ELA experience nationally and internationally. Currently remote teaching in Belize Central America. Working on building my own Adult literacy program down here. Looking forward to hearing from all the panelist, and gaining connections and resources.
Casia Holmgren
10:59
Good morning from the Chicago area.
Aidan Lin
11:23
Good Morning Casia!
Aidan Lin
11:36
Hello everyone! Welcome! I'm Aidan Lin from the Public Ed Institute at The ILC.
Aidan Lin
11:48
Please use this chat box to introduce yourselves to one another and ask questions throughout the conference.
Kay A DeLaney
12:19
Good Morning!
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
12:22
Hi! I'm Lou Anne from Campaign Against Human Trafficking in Hillsborough County FL
Ronald Jeri
12:25
Good Morning from Mississippi
Aidan Lin
12:33
Be sure to send your chats to "Everyone" so everyone sees them!
Sonia Gonzalez
12:34
good morning!
Joel Floyd
12:43
Great Morning. I 'm Dr. Floyd, Atlanta, GA @ English for a Lifetime Lifetime :)
Cindy Heimbach
12:51
Good Morning from Mississippi!
Kathleen McGovern
12:51
Great to be here! Hello, all!
Anne Stevens
12:56
Good morning from, Vermont.
Janet Witherspoon
13:01
Good Morning from New Jersey!
Nancy Bontreger
13:10
Good morning from IN.
Kristina Ireland
13:21
Good morning from Houston!
Hana Prashker
13:22
Good morning from Northern New Jersey
Rainelda Borrero
13:28
Good morning from Boston Public Schools
Christine Lee
13:33
Good morning from DC
Aidan Lin
13:40
Learn more about The ILC public education institute: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/
Sonia Gonzalez
13:40
I'm very excited for today's conference!
Aidan Lin
13:57
You can access our comprehensive library of immigration research at https://www.immigrationresearch.org
Wendy Buckey
14:35
I teach ESOL adults (not college) as well as k-12!
Vanessa Checo
14:36
Good morning form New Jersey Caring for Families Social Services NJ, providing family with developmental and intellectual disabilities in NJ.
Grace-Ann Fogah
14:46
Good morning from NYC
Jill Pierce
15:01
Good morning from Michigan!
Jatinder Kaur
15:03
I want to attend all sessions and learn more.
Patricia Mackay
15:05
Good morning from Webster MA
Nancy Jean-Mary
15:05
Good morning from NJ
Christopher Ball
15:14
Hello Christopher from Georgia here! I teach adults.
Maya Takase-Kay
15:16
Good morning from Riverside School District - Riverside, NJ
Lesley Bunnell
15:19
Good morning from Providence, RI
Ciara Callwood
15:20
oooh How do we enter the book give-a-way?
Vincent Casasco
15:29
Good morning from NYC teacher in Westchester
Meral Durmus
16:48
Good morningMeral Durmus, Esl Teacher, Euclid Elementary School, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
Patti Kuenzie
16:51
Good Morning! I recently retired as a K-12 EL teacher and am currently a "guest teacher" in WI.
Jana Sims
17:00
Good morning from Santa Rosa County, Florida!
Ariana Moir
17:04
Good morning everyone! Ariana from The Immigrant Learning Center.
Jill Hernandez
17:23
Good morning from Iowa!
Nancy Schmitt
17:32
Morning - all - I am from the adult ESL program in Troy, MI
Ciara Callwood
19:27
Good Morning from Caye Caulker, Belize Central America 🥰
Jeremy Rhoads
21:04
Good morning from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.Wow, Ciara! I've been to Caye Caulker before; it's a beautiful island!
Ariana Moir
22:04
Hi Roger! I see that you raised your hand
Ciara Callwood
22:28
JR Yeah, I came out during the pandemic, fell in love with it, and a person, came back, got married, trying to start an ESL and Adult literacy building here.
Laura Stusser-McNeil
24:39
Good morning from just outside Seattle--Highline College, adult ESOL program
Ariana Moir
25:51
Has anyone used Padlet with students?
Keulesia Webley-Sewell
26:13
Yes I used it alot during covid
Grace-Ann Fogah
26:21
I tried it once.
Keulesia Webley-Sewell
26:27
it was helpful to get the kids to interact with the lesson
Pam Hutson
26:35
Yes, I use it a lot with my high school students. I have also used it to make virtual word walls for my Newcomers.
Aidan Lin
27:03
Here's the link to the padlet: https://padlet.com/cgianettailc/2022ilcvc
Aidan Lin
27:36
Have any questions for Christina? Post them now!
Maya Takase-Kay
28:53
This is great! Have not used Padlet yet! Excited to learn more.
Kathleen McGovern
29:10
Christiana, how come we can't see your contribution when we open the padlet link?
Denzil Mohammed
29:39
Click the tallow icon in the middle of the map
Denzil Mohammed
29:47
*Yellow
Carmen Pineda
29:47
I have not used Padlet for maps, this is great, thank you.
Kathleen McGovern
29:56
Thank you!
Nancy Miller
31:19
Great intro to resource new to me!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
31:52
This is new for me, too, Carmen!
Rachel Soule
32:10
So we should add one interesting thing or site we've seen while traveling?
elaine pierce
32:13
I don't understand how we make an entry.
Gloribel Gonzalez
32:20
This is awesome!
Ariana Moir
32:30
Click the pink plus button
Laurianne Posch
32:33
Is there a way to see all of the entries at once if they are all around the world?
Hana Prashker
32:35
How do you connect the map to Padlet
La'Tonya Coleman-Hill
32:58
Can't wait to try this!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
33:07
But we can see your post just fine
Denzil Mohammed
33:11
This is very cool. Zoom out and you can see everyone's map post.
Federico Salas-Isnardi
33:17
if we zoom in
Denzil Mohammed
33:25
I did the Navy Pier in Chicago.
Jill Hernandez
33:58
Can students respond to a post on maps
Ciara Callwood
34:07
Can you respond to a person's post? @ChristinaG
Ciara Callwood
34:16
oh okay
N G riddlemoser
34:53
How much is Padlet with maps?
Dennis Lopez
35:03
Thank you for this workshop. I have to teach a class on Zoom in 9 minutes. I hope this workshop will be available as a recording. Have a great day!
Nancy Schmitt
35:05
How do I link my padlet with yours??
Federico Salas-Isnardi
36:02
How do I close the comments?
Federico Salas-Isnardi
37:09
But I am seeing many that cover a whole section of my screen...
Laura Stusser-McNeil
37:12
Close--there's also an X in the upper left corner!
Rachel Soule
37:38
Very cool!
Shelly Page
37:50
I started using this for my students in China, and they really liked it.
Ciara Callwood
37:57
This is really cool!
Jatinder Kaur
38:07
Thank you
Federico Salas-Isnardi
38:10
WONDERFUL!
Gloribel Gonzalez
38:11
Thanks so much
Laura Stusser-McNeil
38:12
Thank you!
Kristina Ireland
38:13
Thank you, Christiana!
Francesca Luana Calia
38:13
Thank you so much!
Carmen Pineda
38:17
Thank you!!
Ciara Callwood
38:17
Thank you! I can't wait to use this!!!
elaine pierce
38:18
Loved it!
Kathleen McGovern
38:18
Thank you! Very cool!
Michelle Eng
38:19
I learned a lot. Thank you!
Olga Prizhbilov
38:29
Love your teaching style, I’m sure your students love you!
Ronald Jeri
38:31
Thanks. I will practice more in Padlet
Jeremy Rhoads
38:35
So cool! I'm actually going to use a Padlet map for the first time this afternoon with my students!
Maya Takase-Kay
38:36
Thank you, that was a great presentation! Very useful!
Anne Stevens
38:38
Thank you!
Patti Kuenzie
38:38
Thank you!
Aidan Lin
38:47
Here's Kathleen's book: https://www.routledge.com/Enlivening-Instruction-with-Drama-and-Improv-A-Guide-for-Second-Language/Cahnmann-Taylor-McGovern/p/book/9780367862961
Sonia Gonzalez
38:50
Thank you!
Rona Johnson
38:51
Thank you
Laura Stusser-McNeil
38:58
I ordered her book already--so happy!
Jana Sims
39:08
Thank you so much!
Ciara Callwood
40:22
Is this similar to like an art therapy expression through the arts?
Ja'Tae Joyner
42:09
hello! what was the title of the book again?
Francesca Luana Calia
42:13
Can I find this book in libraries (in Boston)?
Ciara Callwood
42:34
JJ scroll up, the link the last one
Aidan Lin
42:37
"Enlivening Instruction with Drama and ImprovA Guide for Second Language and World Language Teachers"
Aidan Lin
43:09
Here's Kathleen's book if you missed it earlier: https://www.routledge.com/Enlivening-Instruction-with-Drama-and-Improv-A-Guide-for-Second-Language/Cahnmann-Taylor-McGovern/p/book/9780367862961
Ja'Tae Joyner
43:26
thank you!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
45:34
and connection between language and emotion/feelings—what's REALLY going on behind words! connect to the language…
sayyid tirmizi
47:06
Drama help in building confidence emoting real life
Sonia Gonzalez
50:35
I lost sound
Denzil Mohammed
51:03
Log out and log back in.
Sonia Gonzalez
51:22
It's back, thank you
Federico Salas-Isnardi
53:28
Are you familiar with Playback Theater and the work of Jonathan Fox and Jo Salas? The same idea of "imagining" a different end to your story. It is very powerful
Denzil Mohammed
54:55
See a little clip of Kathleen's theater class in action: https://youtu.be/st3bho6VZxQ?t=193
Maya Takase-Kay
56:43
I agree! I used very simple "fable" plays for my middle school beginner ESL students and they loved it. They even used different voices for the characters!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
56:48
If administrators don't see the point, they have never sat through a drama representation and/or improv in the classroom.
Laura Stusser-McNeil
57:22
and GREAT for pronunciation skills: intonation, stress & rhythm, thought grops, etc. "natural smooth speech” so different from writing
Anne Stevens
57:39
Anybody else use TPRS?
Jeremy Rhoads
57:51
can you leave up your email again?
elaine pierce
57:52
Missed Dr's email address. Please put into chat.
Nancy Miller
58:08
Love this!
Ciara Callwood
58:17
How do you handle/moderate when you have two students say a refugee from north Africa who fled to Italy than America, and a Southern Italian expressing their views/experiences about immigration, and discrimination. With two people having vastly different perspectives of an event. How do you know when to let them go, or edit it
Pam Hutson
58:20
My level 1 high school students begged me to act out Romeo and Juliet. They really enjoyed it.
Tania Marrero Gonzalez
58:23
This is great!
Jatinder Kaur
58:25
Thank you
Kay A DeLaney
58:30
Thank you for sharing!
Tania Marrero Gonzalez
58:31
Thank you so much
Rachel Soule
58:32
Thanks Kathleen!!
Tania Marrero Gonzalez
58:33
:)
Federico Salas-Isnardi
58:35
I recommend that you become familiar with Playback Theater. I used it for ESL and teacher training
elaine pierce
58:35
Wonderful!
Diane Boyer
58:37
Thank you!
Maria Tsapara
58:39
Thank you so much!!!
Maya Takase-Kay
58:41
Thank you so much!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
58:42
thank you!
Anne Stevens
58:47
👏👏👏
Kathleen McGovern
58:48
kathleen.mcgovern@maine.edu
Sandra Ellis
58:48
Thank you a very great and insightful presentation!
Nancy Schmitt
58:57
Thank you!!!
Ja'Tae Joyner
58:57
Great topic great presentation! Thank you for the conversation
Aidan Lin
59:12
Here's is an article written about Andy: https://www.wickedlocal.com/story/arlington-advocate/2018/07/10/strong-arlington-resident-teaching/11502601007/
Christiana Gianetta
59:13
Thank you so much! I have to go to teach. Have a good day.
Federico Salas-Isnardi
59:16
Excellent, Kathleen! Thanks.
Jana Sims
59:22
Great suggestions! Thank you!
Kathleen McGovern
59:41
Ciara - that's a great question. We address that in the book. Drama requires careful culturally aware facilitation.
Philip Anderson
01:00:16
Web link to Federico's recommended "Playback Theater" https://playbacknorthamerica.com/about/playback-2/
Diane Boyer
01:00:27
Will your 3-hour workshop be offered online?
Aidan Lin
01:00:41
All the presentations will be uploaded here after the conference: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-hub/
Aidan Lin
01:01:22
The recordings will also be under that link by the end of the day
elaine pierce
01:01:25
Will the recorded sessions be available to registrants for a limited time period, and if so, what is it?
Aidan Lin
01:02:17
The recorded sessions will be made available after the conference at: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-hub/
Denzil Mohammed
01:02:17
First Literacy: https://firstliteracy.org/the-ripple-effect-of-our-work/
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:02:41
The civics test is the easiest part of the whole interview.
Aidan Lin
01:03:16
@Elaine pierce the recordings will be available for at least a year
elaine pierce
01:03:28
Thanks, Aidan!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:04:51
The reading and writing were designed to support the civics test. All questions to be read and answers to be written are reinforcing the Civics content by design.
Aidan Lin
01:05:48
Here's the teacher script for a mock USCIS Naturalization Interview and Test: https://www.ilctr.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Teacher-Script-for-Mock-USCIS-Naturalization-Interview-and-Test.pdf
Aidan Lin
01:05:59
Here's the student script for a mock USCIS Naturalization Interview and Test: https://www.ilctr.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Student-Script-for-Mock-USCIS-Naturalization-Interview-and-Test.pdf
Karen Glover
01:08:57
Andy gained this level of knowledge about the process by interviewing many students after their appointments.
Anne Stevens
01:11:05
What percentage of people pass the test?
Sarah White
01:11:32
Most of The ILC's students pass the first time. If they don't, they can keep attending class until they do!
Anne Stevens
01:11:50
❤️
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:13:21
According to USCIS, 91% pass the interview on the first try. The test design aimed at a 94% pass rate.
Rachel Soule
01:13:29
Thank you Andy!!
Aidan Lin
01:13:33
For more information, here's a yoututbe video where Andy talks about the citizenship interview process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiVnXEKJ9v0
Jill Pierce
01:13:42
Thanks!
Kay A DeLaney
01:13:43
Thank you!
Sonia Gonzalez
01:13:43
Thank you!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:13:53
Thank you, Andy
Jatinder Kaur
01:13:58
Thanks a lot.
Diane Boyer
01:13:59
Thank you!
Rona Johnson
01:13:59
Thank you!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
01:14:02
this was great this morning—wish we had a bigger chunk of time for adult learners
Grayla Reneau
01:14:09
Thank you!
Jana Sims
01:14:21
Excellent information! Thank you!
Rainelda Borrero
01:14:33
Thank you
Darci Cassidy
01:14:37
Thank you everyone!
Ja'Tae Joyner
01:14:58
Great detailed work, thank you so much!
Aidan Lin
01:15:08
Here's Emily's blog Inspired English Language Learners: https://inspiringenglishlanguagelearners.weebly.com/
Denzil Mohammed
01:23:24
Type your questions or comments for Emily Francis here!
Aidan Lin
01:24:16
Here's the link to the padlet:https://padlet.com/emilyfran28027/yhtjfpm6rd2bs89p
Grace-Ann Fogah
01:26:06
persistence & passion to care
Grace-Ann Fogah
01:27:06
persistence and motivation to learn
Carmelo Colon
01:27:37
You need all of then to succeed. Meta-Plan-accion-Perseverancia, because it it s base in how the brain is structure.
Jill Hernandez
01:27:40
I have students who have faced this same “story” and situation…it’s frustrating for the ESL teacher…
Ariana Moir
01:27:56
From Jill: I have students who have faced this same “story” and situation…it’s frustrating for the ESL teacher…
Francesca Luana Calia
01:28:04
this is the deficit lens!
Kay A DeLaney
01:28:05
She does not have an asset based belief system about her MLL students.
Tina Kern
01:28:41
Many mainstream teachers only see what our students don't know - instead of what our students DO KNOW!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:29:35
Emily, incredibly, I had a similar experience but the teacher writing something similar was a professor at the university. He wrote I had no chance to ever pass his class. Went on and on -in writing- about how bad my English was.
Grace-Ann Fogah
01:30:53
This is where our advocacy must shine.
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
01:31:12
Such a powerful story!!!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:31:16
+1 Grace-Ann
Kay A DeLaney
01:31:17
Yws!!!!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
01:31:19
I am so moved right now.
Denzil Mohammed
01:31:21
Wow, Federico. I had no idea.
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:32:01
Emily, have you met Carol Salva? I see you use her book.
Maya Takase-Kay
01:33:02
I am so moved as well! Wow. I see so many students in similar situations. I was hired as a teacher based on life experiences (I am an alternate-route teacher). This is so affirming for me!
Nancy Schmitt
01:34:00
Your story is so important for all to hear -- continue to SHARE YOUR STORY!!!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:34:19
+1, Nancy
Ja'Tae Joyner
01:34:51
beautiful beautiful message!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:35:07
Your story, your emotion, your passion need to be amplified! Please tell it, write it, share it!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:36:15
YES!
Jill Hernandez
01:36:50
Absolutely!! So amazing!! Love this text. I feel this to my core for my “kids” - students
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:36:52
Emily, you should consider doing a TED Ed talk! you are AMAZING!
Kay A DeLaney
01:36:59
Wow! Powerful statement!!!!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
01:37:17
omg that backpack metaphor is beyond important
Jatinder Kaur
01:37:27
Yes, Yes, it’s me and my family.
Francesca Luana Calia
01:37:31
I do. That's me and my family!
Katia Regina DaCunha
01:37:36
Thank you for this! Powerful
Gloribel Gonzalez
01:37:47
awesome...so true 👍 🙌
Maria Lemus
01:37:50
Yes! I can identify with everything!
Nancy Schmitt
01:37:50
I want to HUG you -- and let you know how much I admire you!!
Stephanie Foran
01:37:58
Can you please repeat the name of this book?
Jana Sims
01:38:01
I see one of my students in your story!
Anne Eden
01:38:03
I always hope/dream that my students would come back and work with me. . .there is so much that they can offer by working with "those that come after"
Heidi Baildon
01:38:05
When I moved the US I wasspending my days at the public library.
Maya Takase-Kay
01:38:09
Definitely! I really identify with this feeling as an EL growing up. I love sharing with my students about my culture and learning about theirs as well.
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:38:31
Ask again just in case: Emily, do you know Carol Salva? I would love to introduce you to her.
Elena Dobrila
01:38:45
Thank you for this powerful and touching presentation
Beth Evans
01:38:48
Oh... they know each other, Federico..
elaine pierce
01:38:53
Your delivery was outstanding. More people need to hear this! It made me think of StoryCorps, also the book The Arrival by Shaun Tan - an incredible wordless picture book of the motivations, persistence and passion that is part of every immigrant's journey. Thank you!
Larissa Chuprina
01:39:12
Thank you for your passion and your story of resilience! Larissa Chuprina, ESL and Culture Coach
Laura Stusser-McNeil
01:39:17
This is not my story…but I believe I can facilitate the experience of my students since we have other things in common—being parents etc. (yes, adult students).
Kay A DeLaney
01:39:24
Thank you for sharing your story!
Diane Boyer
01:39:25
I see so many of my adult students in this story. Thank you for so elegantly and eloquently expressing your emotions and experiences.
Aidan Lin
01:39:26
@Stephanie Foran The book is titled "Dreamers" by Yuyi Morales
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:39:27
Great. Thanks, Beth.
Gloribel Gonzalez
01:39:27
How can we echo these sentiments to our administration?
Stephanie Foran
01:39:42
@Aidan Li - Thank you so much!
Sonia Gonzalez
01:40:09
Thank you very much! It was amazing, very helpful!
Beth Evans
01:42:01
Anne Sibley O’Brien wrote those, as well as Africa is not a Country.
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:43:49
Hear, Hear, Emily! the name is so important to our identity. For adults as well as children.
Jwokamer Debock
01:43:59
Agreed! Name pronunciation is very important!
Tina Kern
01:44:55
Great book: Yo soy, I am by Jacquelyn Leon; about names and idenity
N G riddlemoser
01:45:22
For older kids and adults, I have used MY NAME by Sandra Cisneros as a mentor text and rewrote with their names
Gloribel Gonzalez
01:46:05
I fully understand when your name is mispronounced and your identity is not accepted by your peers or colleagues.
elaine pierce
01:46:21
Can we have that link in the chat?
Stephanie Foran
01:46:44
@Tina Kern - thanks for the recommendation!
Aidan Lin
01:46:50
Here you go! https://literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-daily/2019/01/31/affirming-individuality-and-identity-through-picture-books-and-storytelling?fbclid=IwAR1aQNGKBnM162VuSgJ5L-VCn25w7Nce-wzmHpNg6qB1yjG4vy70PFaiKQo
Denzil Mohammed
01:47:27
Here's the learning arc: https://reimaginingmigration.org/learning-arc/
Beth Evans
01:47:58
I love the simplicity of challenge/choice/change...
Aidan Lin
01:49:18
Here's the link to Storytellers for Change: https://storytellersforchange.teachable.com/courses
Denzil Mohammed
01:49:34
YOU ARE.
Ronald Jeri
01:50:02
thanks
Jody Cargill
01:50:03
You are very inspiring! Thank you!
Jatinder Kaur
01:50:10
Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!
Jwokamer Debock
01:50:11
Thank you!!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
01:50:13
fantastic--thank you so much
Nancy Miller
01:50:14
Wonderful!
Aidan Lin
01:50:14
Here's a link to Emily's book that will be published in September: https://prbythebook.com/experts/emily-francis/
Rainelda Borrero
01:50:17
Thank you Emily Francis!!!
Gloribel Gonzalez
01:50:22
Muchas gracias por todo
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
01:50:23
Thank you, Emily!
Heidi Baildon
01:50:24
Thank you so much. This was very inspiring!
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
01:50:29
Thank you! Very helpful
Ja'Tae Joyner
01:50:34
can't wait to read it! Thank you so much for your story
Maya Takase-Kay
01:50:35
THANK YOU, THANK YOU! Oh that is fantastic! A book! I am looking forward to read the book!
Hana Prashker
01:50:37
Thank you Emily! Inspirational as always
Louise Marks
01:50:39
Thank you Emily
Diane Boyer
01:50:48
This was absolutely fantastic!
Ariana Moir
01:50:48
Any questions for Emily?
Tina Kern
01:50:51
Thank you!
Pam Hutson
01:50:58
Love your story and your inspiration.
Grayla Reneau
01:51:00
Thank you. This was very informative and valuable!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:51:03
Completamente increible! Muchas gracias, Emily.
N G riddlemoser
01:51:06
gracias!
Kay A DeLaney
01:51:08
Thank you so much for sharing your story!
Yaniss Alegria
01:51:15
Thank you!!!
Aidan Lin
01:51:16
Here's Emily's blog Inspired English Language Learners: https://inspiringenglishlanguagelearners.weebly.com/
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:51:24
I want to bring you to Houston, Emily! Will be in touch.
Francesca Luana Calia
01:51:26
Thank you so much. You are so inspiring!
Emily Francis
01:51:27
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1mbnFMNrz5s5x6iMKuh45fcPoFxAnLCSs0-PQE5bybZA/edit#slide=id.gbadf322efb_0_16994
Katia Regina DaCunha
01:51:27
Thank you for your authenticity! love it all!
Grace-Ann Fogah
01:51:32
Thank you!
Evelyn Paz
01:51:47
Emily, for newcomer students do you make books available in Spanish or other native languages when they don't have the English yet for reading in English? if so what might you use? You are amazing. I always get so much inspiration from your presentations.
Maria Lemus
01:51:52
Thank you, Emily!!! You are an inspiration❣️
Danielle Wetmore
01:51:52
Thank you so much, Emily! This was such a compelling talk
Elena Dobrila
01:52:09
Fantastic presentation! Thank you so much!
Jana Sims
01:52:24
You are so amazing and such an inspiration! Thank you so much for sharing!
Michelle Eng
01:52:25
Are there any non-picture books that you recommend for high school students?
Ruth Mwashinga
01:52:29
Thank you Emily.
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
01:52:30
Thank you so much for your story…it helps to remind me why I am an ESL teacher!
Beth Evans
01:52:47
Emily, last year, I tweeted you about sharing your story with my students. I only wish I had shared it earlier. I had a bunch of reluctant 6th graders. And only by sharing were they starting to open up...
Stephanie Foran
01:55:07
Administrators at my school will not let me purchase textbooks in students' native language for our newcomers. So frustrating!
Kay A DeLaney
01:55:21
Sad!
Beth Evans
01:55:49
@Michelle Eng, here are some books that touch on social justice/immigration: https://socialjusticebooks.org/booklists/immigration/
Beth Evans
01:56:13
But I would suggest, @MichelleEng, that you don't avoid picture books. Quick stories. To the point.
Michelle Eng
01:56:54
Thank you!
Evelyn Paz
01:57:13
I found the link from her blog: https://inspiringenglishlanguagelearners.weebly.com/my-reading-life.html
Yanna Otero
01:57:30
From anonymous- Any suggestions for convincing school administrators that immigrant students need bilingual resources and materials?
Aidan Lin
01:57:41
Here's the link to the curriculum that Denzil was talking about: https://www.ilctr.org/welcome-to-the-new-world-curriculum-and-learning-guide/
Federico Salas-Isnardi
01:58:00
THANKS! Emily, it was great!
elaine pierce
01:58:16
Superb and inspiring.
Maria Zampano
01:58:36
Thank you, Emily! Thank you for all you do to support your PLC!
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
01:59:16
trust
Stephanie Foran
01:59:18
Loyalty is being a friend through thick and thin.
Shauna Carter
01:59:21
supporting what matters to you
Cristina Evangelista
01:59:22
Having someone's back
Heidi Baildon
01:59:23
trust
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
01:59:24
Having your back
Nancy Schmitt
01:59:24
never giving up on me
elaine pierce
01:59:24
Acting in the best interest of others even when it's hard.
Wendy Buckey
01:59:25
Supporting and following
Grace-Ann Fogah
01:59:25
being faithful to someone or something
Gloribel Gonzalez
01:59:25
respectful
N G riddlemoser
01:59:29
being true to one's self and or others
Jennifer Kay.Goodman
01:59:30
standing by someone
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
01:59:30
trustworthy
Laura Stusser-McNeil
01:59:30
sticking with...
Phil Coddaire
01:59:31
Staying true to the people who matter
Ja'Tae Joyner
01:59:32
staying genuine
Patti Kuenzie
01:59:35
trying my best
Vincent Casasco
01:59:35
Supporting someone in a meaningful way
elaine pierce
01:59:37
Patirotism
Jatinder Kaur
01:59:39
Understading
Jennifer Kay.Goodman
01:59:40
being a fan even when your team is losing
Wendy Buckey
01:59:45
Sticking to it
Heidi Baildon
01:59:45
home
N G riddlemoser
01:59:45
standing up for place
Rona Johnson
01:59:46
When I hear the word loyalty, I think about being faithful.
Beth Evans
01:59:47
feeling at home.
Kay A DeLaney
01:59:50
Loyalty is when you are true to other people and yourself.
Rainelda Borrero
01:59:50
support
Brittany Hay
01:59:57
committment
Patricia Mackay
02:00:04
feeling connected even if not physically present
Mary Angie Salva-Ramirez
02:00:07
hmmm depends... blind loyalty - no
Jwokamer Debock
02:00:11
Family and relationships
Karin Gargone
02:00:12
Loyalty can involve sacrifice.
Vincent Casasco
02:00:45
disagree
Mary Angie Salva-Ramirez
02:01:23
disagree
Anne Eden
02:01:50
(Finding it hard to be loyal. . .born in the USSR - now Russia)
Mary Angie Salva-Ramirez
02:02:42
somewhat
Rainelda Borrero
02:03:21
In the middle
Aidan Lin
02:03:38
Here are links to the posters: https://digitalcollections.nyhistory.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A159461 and https://digitalcollections.nyhistory.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A159508
Vincent Casasco
02:03:48
Symbols of nationalism
Cristina Evangelista
02:03:50
Different language use on the posters
Nancy Bontreger
02:03:53
images flag/harp
Michelle Eng
02:03:53
images
Karin Gargone
02:03:54
References to culture.
Patti Kuenzie
02:03:54
flag
Casia Holmgren
02:03:57
ethnicity
elaine pierce
02:04:02
Targeting im,migrants
N G riddlemoser
02:04:02
men
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
02:04:03
loyalty to icons
Laura Stusser-McNeil
02:04:04
use of exclamation marks—yelling
Michelle Eng
02:04:06
layout
Rona Johnson
02:04:06
ethnicity
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
02:04:12
different language
Ciara Callwood
02:04:18
money
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
02:04:27
nationalities
Carmelo Colon
02:04:39
SYMBOLS
Ciara Callwood
02:04:40
buying loyalty,
Aidan Lin
02:05:48
Here's the link to the Civil War lesson: https://www.ilctr.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Teaching-Immigration-and-the-American-Civil-War.pdf
Gloribel Gonzalez
02:06:24
Thank you
Nancy Miller
02:06:45
Wow
Aidan Lin
02:06:56
Here's the link to the ILC Educator Resource Hub:https://www.ilctr.org/educator-resource-hub/
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:07:07
YEAH! Looks good!
Anne Stevens
02:07:14
Lovely!
Brittany Hay
02:07:35
thisis really great
Ja'Tae Joyner
02:07:41
so well organized! very user friendly
Lesley Bunnell
02:07:51
This is antastic
Lesley Bunnell
02:08:00
fantastic*
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
02:08:17
This is an amazing resource! Thank you so much!
Anne Eden
02:08:22
I wish there was a mental health category! (maybe something to consider?)
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
02:08:34
great information!
Evelyn Williams
02:08:38
Awesome!
Sarah White
02:08:42
Anne, you can find mental health resources in the Immigrant Trauma section!
Ariana Moir
02:08:43
@Anne, we have one on mental health and trauma!
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:09:15
+1 @Anne Eden
Jwokamer Debock
02:09:23
wow! It's awesome to see my college on there!
Anne Eden
02:09:28
Thanks! Mental Health is not all trauma though . . .so I guess I was thinking of other types. I'll take a look, thanks!
Laura Stusser-McNeil
02:09:46
what a resource!
elaine pierce
02:09:49
WOW! Thank you to all who have worked on this.
Sarah White
02:09:56
You can sign up for updates here: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/bugUKiC/Hub
Ariana Moir
02:09:59
Anne, absolutely. Thanks very much for your suggestions
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:10:00
WOW, Denzil. This is FANTASTIC!
Gloribel Gonzalez
02:10:11
Great resource!
Anne Eden
02:10:16
@Ariana - there are great resources, thanks!
Brittany Hay
02:10:18
yesterday, you all shared with us brilliant fact sheets- by state and nation wide data-- it was last updated in 2019-- will new fact sheets be updated
Jatinder Kaur
02:10:19
Great!!!!!
Aidan Lin
02:10:31
Just in case, here's the link to the ILC Educator Resource Hub again:https://www.ilctr.org/educator-resource-hub/"
Alan Somes
02:10:52
Thank you!
Maria Zampano
02:11:29
Fabulous resources! Thank you so much!
Grace-Ann Fogah
02:12:42
Thanks for that resource hub!
Leonor Guzman
02:12:49
I can’t see the slides
Beth Evans
02:13:00
I can see them
Ariana Moir
02:13:01
I can
Ja'Tae Joyner
02:13:01
I can see
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:13:02
I see them fine
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
02:13:02
I see them
Nancy Jean-Mary
02:13:03
I can see
Brittany Hay
02:13:03
Ic an see them
Heidi Baildon
02:13:04
I can
Francesca Luana Calia
02:13:05
I can
Ciara Callwood
02:13:05
I see the slide
Heather Hofer
02:13:06
I can see them
Fahima Alsaqaf
02:13:06
no I can see
Lynsey Burkins
02:13:06
I can see them
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
02:13:07
I can see the slides
Alan Rodriguez
02:13:07
I can see
Christine Lee
02:13:07
I can
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
02:13:09
No problem
Guadalupe Torres
02:13:10
I can
Diane Boyer
02:13:10
I can see
N G riddlemoser
02:13:10
can
Yaniss Alegria
02:13:10
i can
Alicia Mantilla
02:13:11
I can see them
Kay A DeLaney
02:13:12
I can see them.
Anne Stevens
02:13:12
Yes
Carmen Pineda
02:13:13
I can see!!!
Gloribel Gonzalez
02:13:13
I can
Cristina Evangelista
02:13:18
I can see them. Sometimes the trouble is caused by bandwidth issues on the user's part.
Vanessa Checo
02:13:19
I see it
Leonor Guzman
02:13:23
Okay will do thank you
Aidan Lin
02:16:07
Follow us on Twitter @ilctr!
Aidan Lin
02:16:15
Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/ImmigrantLearningCenter/
Ciara Callwood
02:16:49
well said! Words have different meanings to each person
Brittany Hay
02:18:51
power and race
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:20:45
I can't agree more, Andrea. But what do we do in the current political context? In Texas is becoming illegal to even talk about the existence of White Supremacy or of critical narrative...
Laura M Jimenez
02:21:05
WE have some suggestions!
Laura M Jimenez
02:21:30
just wait … we got you Frederico
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:23:45
SO ARE WE!!!
Alan Rodriguez
02:24:13
A favorite
Denzil Mohammed
02:24:45
Check him out: https://www.shauntan.net/arrival-book
elaine pierce
02:25:12
I mentioned The Arrival in Chat in a previous presentation. The only thing I'd say about this gorgeous book is that the persecution in native lands can be perhaps too intense and scary for small kids.
Andrea Bien
02:26:25
Hi Elaine. Yes! We need to read the books and choose the ones that work best for our students and context. Not all books will work for all
Ciara Callwood
02:26:27
I just ordered it! Thanks
Andrea Bien
02:26:57
Our goal is usually just to engage in dialogue that prompts us to think deeply about our book selections
elaine pierce
02:27:41
Pretty graphic depictions in The Arrival of warfare, dead soldiers, bombed out cities, totalitarian persecution, however. It's one of my favorite books, but might be pretty scary.
Veronica Zavala
02:28:07
Library was my first favorite place when I arrived to this country.
Ciara Callwood
02:28:49
what books would you suggest for Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Latin(a)(o) books?
Brittany Hay
02:28:59
Just did!
Francesca Luana Calia
02:29:07
who wrote a different pod?
Gloribel Gonzalez
02:29:21
I just ordered them. Thank you
Sarah White
02:29:42
Francesca, it's by Bao Phi and Thi Bui
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
02:29:48
"The Arabic Quilt" is my favorite. Hooray for educators!!!
Francesca Luana Calia
02:29:57
Thank you 🥰
Laura M Jimenez
02:30:09
Thi Bui and Bao Phi - Dif Pond
Yaniss Alegria
02:30:12
what is the name of the next one I can't see
Sarah White
02:30:21
The ILC has a blog post featuring 50 books by and about immigrants, including plenty for young readers!https://www.ilctr.org/best-books-about-immigrants-and-immigration/
Ciara Callwood
02:30:44
I love Amy Wong!
Denzil Mohammed
02:30:44
Thank you Sarah!
Maria Zampano
02:31:09
@Ciara I love Islandborn by Junot Diaz
Yaniss Alegria
02:31:31
thank you i will share this with parenting program
Ciara Callwood
02:31:46
thanks @ MZ
Mihyun Han
02:31:57
I love The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi
Gloribel Gonzalez
02:32:01
I love island born too
Laura M Jimenez
02:32:27
see Fredrico? You dont' have to SAY the word ... use the story.
Hana Prashker
02:32:52
Will we get a list of these books
Alan Rodriguez
02:32:55
Sofia Valdez, Future Prez
Philip Anderson
02:33:49
A book about a family coming to New York from Haiti is "La Fanmi Bonplezi" The publishing company EducaVision publishes books by Haitian authors in Haitian Creole and in English. Their aim is to support and promote Haitian writers in Haiti and around the world to publish their works, and to also be a resource for Haitian immigrant students in other countries. https://www.educavision.com/
Carmen Pineda
02:33:54
I added many of these children's books in my summer list. Thank you for the including the list of books that have been "forbidden" - is there a place a can find more of these book titles?
Aidan Lin
02:34:35
@Hana Prashker We will post these slides with the books on the screen at: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-hub/
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:34:39
I don't have the problem because of my role in the city. But teachers are getting fired and principals having to resign because they are using books that parents object to. Just yesterday another school principal was victim of this madness.
Gloribel Gonzalez
02:34:54
After reading "The Name Jar", I setup a Google slide for my students and colleagues. We now embed it during the first week of school.
Laura M Jimenez
02:36:06
carmen - there are a couple of places ... check out ALA web site https://www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks
elaine pierce
02:36:19
Can you name any books that specifically show the strengths that immigrants contribute to their destination countries?
Ciara Callwood
02:37:36
How would you go about a student who say reads that (name jar) who wants to change their name back?
Mihyun Han
02:39:22
As a Korean American educator, I would cautiously say I prefer reading The Name Jar over My Name Is Yoon because the latter reflects some perspectives focusing assimilation
Yaniss Alegria
02:39:42
affirm key words to take away from this books is important
Laura M Jimenez
02:39:52
@Mihyun ... agreed AND it is a great book set.
Lynsey Burkins
02:39:53
Thank you for sharing
Alan Rodriguez
02:39:55
@Ciara. Even if you can’t quickly change a student’s name in the *system* you can begin by using her chosen name
Jill Hernandez
02:39:56
I’ve had a few students who change the way they want their name pronounced year to year…I allow them to tell me how they want to be called and allow them to make the decision...
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:41:18
Linguistic practices and the normative of what kind of English is acceptable.
Laura M Jimenez
02:41:20
@ciara - help them in any way you can
Veronica Zavala
02:41:29
I like so much "Where are you from" by Yamile Mendez, she touch a topic that for children and youth are painful
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:42:09
We need to challenge the view that there is one "standard" variety of English that needs to be taught and that only natives of that variety should be language and ESL teachers.
Jatinder Kaur
02:42:55
Thank you.
Ciara Callwood
02:43:06
THANK YOU SOO MUCH!!!!
elaine pierce
02:43:18
Outstanding presentation!
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
02:43:32
Thank you!
Maria Zampano
02:43:36
Thank you for a great discussion and wonderful resources!
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
02:43:43
Great resources!
elaine pierce
02:43:44
Good point.
Ciara Callwood
02:43:51
I will def. pick your brain, I am building a library for my resource center here on the island.
Ja'Tae Joyner
02:44:03
I am about to be a first year teacher in the upcoming year, thank you both for the reminder to being critical of what's being presented in the class and how it is affecting students. I really appreciate it!
Fahima Alsaqaf
02:44:04
perfectly said
Brittany Hay
02:44:09
you guys were great. Thank you
Karen Glover
02:44:21
"Regular people" have plenty of contributions to offer.
Jana Sims
02:44:27
Excellent presentation!
Ariana Moir
02:44:47
Any questions for the discussion? Post them here!
Kay A DeLaney
02:45:11
Great presentation and Thanks for sharing resources.
Ciara Callwood
02:45:16
literally googling lee & Low books and on screenshoting mission lol
Denzil Mohammed
02:46:41
LOL!
Andrea Bien
02:47:29
There are our slides as a PDF for anyone who didn't capture book titles or our e-mail addresses.
Maria Fabian
02:48:17
Is it only me or there is no audio?
Ciara Callwood
02:48:54
You guys have pre-selected book bundles! 13 books for under $200! You guys are booked marked!
Denzil Mohammed
02:50:39
Jill has uploaded these files as PDFs to the Agenda. Scroll down: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-hub/#agenda
Laura M Jimenez
02:51:51
I love to see folks buying books but I want to make sure to always remind folks to use public libraries, or independent bookstores! (Jeff B. doesn't need any more of your $$!)
Maria Zampano
02:54:06
@Ciara Lee and Low also provides free teacher guides for many of their titles. I love Lee and Low!
Andrea Bien
02:54:55
Yes! We love the teacher guides! I often share with my teacher ed students at Boston University.
Ciara Callwood
02:55:33
Thank you MZ! I am bouncing back and forthT This is soo amazing! I am looking forward to next month to buy some new books
Maria Zampano
02:56:22
https://www.leeandlow.com/books/amazing-faces/teachers_guide
Federico Salas-Isnardi
02:56:44
Thank you for this incredible session! Thanks Denzil, Ariana, and the whole ILC team as always. Excellent. Unfortunately I have to get ready for another meeting. So many resources!
Denzil Mohammed
02:57:04
Nice to "see" you here, Federico!
Ciara Callwood
02:58:17
The irony, most of my adult ESL/EFL classes that I have taught have wrote their best papers from “children’s books”. This is just amazing!
Tina Kern
02:59:42
Could you please put the link in the chat?
Ciara Callwood
02:59:47
link?
Tina Kern
03:00:15
for the library association
Cristina Evangelista
03:00:15
Can you recommend children's or YA books with Afghan characters or about the Afghan immigration experience?
Ciara Callwood
03:00:24
wait! go back 2 slides!
Laura M Jimenez
03:00:47
Also Social Justice Books ... https://socialjusticebooks.org/booklists/
Evelyn Paz
03:00:59
Are these slides anywhere? ;)
Aidan Lin
03:01:10
All the presentations will be uploaded here after the conference: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-hub/
Laura M Jimenez
03:01:28
We are kid Lit Collective Summer reading list ... https://wtpsite.wordpress.com/2022/06/20/2022-summer-reading-list/
Ciara Callwood
03:01:43
I just need the link with all of the gold metal links
Rachel Soule
03:02:46
👏
Grace-Ann Fogah
03:02:49
Great presentations!
Carmen Pineda
03:02:55
Thank you for everything - this was such an inspirational conference. Can't wait to have time to reflect and review all the wonderful resources shared by all presenters!
elaine pierce
03:02:57
Fabulous!
Kay A DeLaney
03:03:04
Thank you for sharing these wonderful books!
Aidan Lin
03:03:04
Have questions for Laura, Andrea or Jill? Post them in the chat now!
Lou Anne Rossdeutscher
03:03:15
thank you
Maria Zampano
03:03:17
Thank you for the wonderful resources!
Rona Johnson
03:03:18
Thank you for the presentations!
Brittany Hay
03:03:20
Thank you all very much!
Denzil Mohammed
03:03:35
🙌
Brittany Hay
03:03:48
Laura we need to see your shirt
Brittany Hay
03:03:59
unlike American Dirt
Sonia Gonzalez
03:04:18
Thank you!
Mihyun Han
03:04:27
I also recommend a member check using the school/community member(parents…older siblings…). etc
Jana Sims
03:04:59
Thank you so much for these presentations!
Jill Eisenberg
03:05:11
https://www.ala.org/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/childrens-book-awards-other-organizations
Alicia Mantilla
03:06:04
Thank you all so much for such wonderful resources and presentations!!
Denzil Mohammed
03:06:22
Thanks for attending, Alicia!
Hana Prashker
03:07:27
Awesome and useful conference. Thank you for all the plannng!
Brittany Hay
03:07:37
really well said andrea
Ciara Callwood
03:07:41
found the link https://www.ala.org/awardsgrants/awards/browse/bpma?showfilter=no
Tina Kern
03:08:06
Thank you
Paula Plasencia
03:09:15
As a 3rd generation Mexican-American, I had to learn my ethnic history on my own through the few books that were written by Chicanos. It is so exciting to see the large number of books on Latnos by Latinos. I encourage my students to read books by a writer that is of the race and ethnicity as themselves to become lovers of books.
Andrea Bien
03:10:16
Yes, Paula. Same goes for other marginalized communities (e.g. LGBTQ community). We want to amplify stories about LGBTQ characters that were written by LGBTQ.
Andrea Bien
03:10:24
authors
Laura M Jimenez
03:10:38
@Paula EXACTLY! I am NOT saying all OwnVoice are automatically good but it is a good place to start
Ciara Callwood
03:10:54
PP I agree. There are a lot more books I wish I had as a child.
Fahima Alsaqaf
03:11:20
Thank you all for the effort you've done.
Gloribel Gonzalez
03:11:35
I'm sending a big thank you for all of these amazing presentations and especially the resources. 🙏💪🙌
Brittany Hay
03:11:39
support your public libraries!
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
03:11:40
TOTALLY AGREE!
Brittany Hay
03:11:53
My library had every single book that laura and andrea mentioned
Ciara Callwood
03:12:05
I use ebay
Meral Durmus
03:12:05
It was great! Thanks a lot.
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
03:12:21
Currently no fines in Westchester, NY!
Laura M Jimenez
03:12:45
No FINES??? I literally have a budget line for fines.
Paula Plasencia
03:13:10
I need to have the book in my hand to look through it before I buy it or check it out of the library.
Alan Rodriguez
03:13:27
Our local library will waive fees if you identify yourself as a teacher
Alan Rodriguez
03:13:36
Doesn’t hurt to ask
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
03:13:39
Not in my county’s public libraries!Love them!
Andrea Bien
03:14:07
Thank you all! And, thank you for having us.
Heidi Baildon
03:14:14
Thank you so much!!
elaine pierce
03:14:14
Thank you thank you
Jatinder Kaur
03:14:14
Thank you so much.
Revae Bostwick
03:14:15
It was amazing! Thank you!
Christine Lee
03:14:20
Thank you so much
Ciara Callwood
03:14:21
* I am building a library on the island lol. The one that is here is small. lol.
Rachel Soule
03:14:22
Thank you so much for an amazing conference!
Lorrie D'Alelio
03:14:22
Thank you so much!
Ja'Tae Joyner
03:14:24
thank you thank you thank you!
Danielle Stratton
03:14:24
Thank you so much!
Aidan Lin
03:14:25
Here's a link to donate to the ILC: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/theilc
Stephanie Foran
03:14:26
Thank you so much, everyone!
Laura M Jimenez
03:14:28
It's been great ! Thanks for giving us your time.
Perketer Tucker
03:14:28
Excellent conference! Thank you.
Maria Fabian
03:14:30
great info! thank you so much
Diane Boyer
03:14:31
Thank you! Wonderful!
Rita Moua
03:14:31
Thank you all so much! You have blown us all away with your stories and presentations.
Shauna Carter
03:14:32
This has been amazing. Thank you!
Ciara Callwood
03:14:32
Thank you soo very much
Jill Hernandez
03:14:33
Our small town library’s librarian is already excited to receive a list of books from today’s work to encourage and expand our literature on immigration. :) So excited to use in my own classroom!
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
03:14:33
Your such an amazing resource! Thank you for all you do!
Kay A DeLaney
03:14:36
Thank you so much for this valuable knowledge and resources!
Jody Cargill
03:14:39
Thank you so much. It was amazing and gave me a lot to think about.
Patricia Mackay
03:14:39
thank you so much!
Wendy Buckey
03:14:49
Thank you everyone!! Brilliant conference! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💪🏼book
Aidan Lin
03:14:53
Here's the Feedback survey Day 2: https://forms.gle/Y41PertszGnxSiJ1A
Paula Plasencia
03:14:56
These have been great presentations for Professional Development ANd personal .
Jatinder Kaur
03:14:57
See you
Flor Figueroa de Bickel
03:14:58
Thank you for all the work you do! And thank you to all the presenters.
Francesca Luana Calia
03:15:00
Thank you so much
Pam Hutson
03:15:04
Thank you!
Nancy Jean-Mary
03:15:11
Thank you
Grace-Ann Fogah
03:15:12
Thank you presenters, organizers. and organizations!
Jacqueline Padilla DiMirco
03:15:12
Appreciate all you do!
Denzil Mohammed
03:15:13
Thank you for coming!!!
Denzil Mohammed
03:15:18
😍
Ciara Callwood
03:15:20
Thank you no! I want more! they should do it 2x a year
Ciara Callwood
03:15:27
Thanks everyone.
Jana Sims
03:15:30
This training has been so worthwhile!
Casia Holmgren
03:15:41
Thank you very much.
maricza espino
03:16:10
Great training! lots of helpful tips
Maria Zampano
03:16:15
This is my 4th year attending and I am never disappointed! Thank you so much for the valuable work you do!
Casia Holmgren
03:16:20
I didn't see a feedback survey in the chat.
Aidan Lin
03:17:19
Here's the Feedback survey Day 2: https://forms.gle/Y41PertszGnxSiJ1A
Casia Holmgren
03:18:22
Unable to open the survey...
Denzil Mohammed
03:19:01
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfb2_HEUUJhrDESiRJ92hMFEuFpIfCtXjYOLWeCncwfTCl26Q/viewform
Aidan Lin
03:19:14
Here's the link again, hopefully it works this time: https://forms.gle/Y41PertszGnxSiJ1A
Patti Kuenzie
03:20:31
Hello
Christopher Ball
03:21:32
When should we see certificate of attendance?
Aidan Lin
03:21:43
Certificates of completion are available upon request! Please email public.education@ilctr.org
Christopher Ball
03:21:52
Thank you!
Ariana Moir
03:21:59
I have to do them individually so it will take a few days. But let me know if you need it earlier
Aidan Lin
03:22:00
Thank you for coming!
Ja'Tae Joyner
03:22:29
does ilc have a linked in we can follow?
Ronald Jeri
03:22:47
What about the book that was offer?
Christopher Ball
03:22:49
It is fine. I would like to keep for my records/showing my employer I did attend.
Ariana Moir
03:22:58
Great!
Patti Kuenzie
03:23:21
Hello! I didn't see the registration for this until yesterday and therefore missed yesterday. Are there recordings available for the 12th? How do we get ceu's/clock hours for the webinar?
Aidan Lin
03:23:22
Here is the linked that you can follow: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-immigrant-learning-center-inc
Alicia Mantilla
03:24:13
Thanks again!
Aidan Lin
03:24:21
@ Patti All the presentations will be uploaded here after the conference: https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-hub/
Aidan Lin
03:24:36
the recordings will also be uploaded to this link by the end of the day
Lidia Young
03:26:12
Hi, I'm interested in teaching the Citizenship class, but I can do it only virtually. (on Zoom is ok)