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Creating Sustainable Success for English Learners: Why It Should Matter to You and How The Arts Can Help - Shared screen with speaker view
Patricia Wayne
32:31
Hi Everyone, Welcome from Create cA
Sarah brothers
32:34
Sarah Brothers, Arts Council Santa Cruz County <3
Annapurna Kumar
32:57
Annapurna Kumar, CalArts Community Arts Partnership
Gracie Hough
33:03
Gracie Hough and Michelle Holdt from SMCOE.
Sarah brothers
41:00
WOW!
Sarah brothers
41:26
Thank you for bringing student voice into the conversation!
Michelle Holdt
42:53
That was AMAZING! Thank you for drawing the direct connection from student voice to policy.
Michelle Holdt
43:13
We need to change our mental models
Patricia Wayne
48:57
All these slides will be made available to you
Michelle Holdt
01:32:44
Francisca! This is AN INCREDIBLE webinar! Thank you for the thorough research and your tireless advo
Michelle Holdt
01:32:50
advocacy!
Michelle Holdt
01:33:42
Give kids different ways to show what they have learned!
Michelle Holdt
01:34:11
I just want to thank the students for showing up!
Kristin Heavey
01:36:20
How can we amplify this work?
Oscar Navarrete
01:40:37
I think that part of what’s missing in dual-language programs is a deeper understanding of what it means to be “culturally relevant”, how students create their own culture, and what it means to be “literate”. As educators, how do we tap into “culture” in meaningful, relevant ways? How does “literacy” extend beyond knowing how to read and write, and what concrete pedagogical practices can we use to develop it?
Patricia Wayne
01:41:10
Will address additional questions in just a minute when the students come back
Veronica Alvarez
01:42:40
Oscar, I would recommend doing so through the arts! I have been able to introduce visual arts, music, and theater from students’ own culture.