MARCH 29-30, 2017 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF GLAD®)

#1 Project GLAD® - Guided Acquisition Design, Grades K-12

Presenters: Nicole Chávez, Orange County DOE, Diana Hernández, OCDE

Project GLAD®
Day 1: 9:30 am to 4:30pm
Day 2: 10:30 to 5:30 pm
The 2-Day Research & Theory Workshop highlights current research regarding effective educational practices for language learners. During this workshop participants will build understanding of how the OCDE Project GLAD® promotes positive classroom culture and celebrates each student’s individual assets. This workshop applies research to practice by explicitly showing how ELD is embedded within the model, while gaining awareness of how to apply 21st century skills for all students.

#2 Kagan Structures for Active Engagement and Language Development, Grades K-12

Presenter: Thomas Searl, Kagan Professional Development

Are you ready to experience ACTIVE PARTICIPATION while attending a CABE institute? Do you want to learn HOW to engage all of your Kinder through Adult learners with your content, while also helping them to develop necessary language and social skills? If so, this dynamic two-day workshop is for you! Come learn simple, yet easy to implement KAGAN structures for engagement in your classroom!

#3 An Overview of Two-Way Bilingual/Dual Immersion Programs, Grades K-12

Presenter: Jody Wiencek, Two-Way Dual Language Specialist Consultant

Our goal is to provide information and resources from research to classroom instruction for new Two-Way Dual Language programs. Using the Guiding Principles for Dual Language Education, along with tools and features of successful research-based programs, your team will leave with the knowledge of what is needed to begin and sustain a rigorous, high quality TWDL program.

#4 Moving from Knowing to Implementing: Integrated ELD Across the Content, Grades 6-12

Presenter: Elizabeth Jiménez Salinas, GEMAS Consulting

Project GLAD®
Day 1: 9:30 am to 4:30pm
Day 2: 10:30 to 5:30 pm
This intensive, hands-on institute is designed for participants who bring foundational knowledge of Integrated ELD and who want to move to expertly designing, developing and delivering robust Integrated ELD lessons across the content areas. Participants work with a structured, integrated ELD lesson organizer and develop content and language objectives, differentiated, leveled sentence frames; target ELD skills to integrate into the content instruction, academic and figurative vocabulary, skillfully utilize cognates; and implement leveled, engaging checking understanding strategies.

#5 Interactive Notebooking in Secondary Mathematics: Integrating ELD to Support Student Success, Grades 6-12

Presenter: Hannah DeLacy, Val Verde USD

Participants will learn how to implement interactive notebooks in a secondary mathematics classroom and how to integrate ELD to intentionally scaffold and support all students’ success, especially for English Learners. Presenter will model mathematics lessons using interactive notebooks, Foldables®, and manipulatives to demonstrate the power of interactive notebooking. Sample student interactive notebooks will be shared. Interactive notebooking has a significant, positive effect on student language development and engagement, and integrates well with classroom management systems.