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Note: If you are attending with your PLC members you might consider signing up for the same reIGNITE Calibration session (Learn 1) so that you can have common language in the coming year.
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Tuesday, August 13 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
We Studied Education, Not Acting: The Proliferation of Culturally Responsive Teaching Methods AVAILABLE

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Learning Objectives & Rationale: 
The learning objective of this presentation is to encourage JoCo educators to try other learning opportunities, rather than only traditional methods. Our rationale is to allow ourselves as educators to be vulnerable and take risks in how we present information to our students. We connect with our students and address all cultures and backgrounds. As traditional methods are not always effective, pursuing innovative strategies encourages deeper understanding and growth in learners. Our session aims to develop both culturally relevant practices and these enhanced student learning outcomes.

This presentation illustrates culturally responsive teaching methods and their potential to proliferate the concepts in all classrooms, resulting in increased student comprehension of concepts and mastery of North Carolina standards.

Modalities/Implementation Practices: 
We will utilize a Smart Board to access samples of best of practices, as well as examples of the videos employed to increase student learning.

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Anthony Velasquez

4th Grade Dual Language Teacher, Johnston County Public Schools
I am a 4th Grade Dual Language Teacher at Selma Elementary.This is my third year teaching!I graduated from Elon University in 2017 with degrees in Special Education and Elementary ed.
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Diana Pagoada

Dual Language Spanish Teacher, Selma Elementary
*Born and raised in Honduras*Studied English Teaching as a Foreign Language at UPNFM (Pedagogical University Francisco Morazan) 2009*Participate teacher/ Dual Language Program at Selma Elementary School 2016 to present year/ 3rd, 4th

Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
Room 338

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