Bridging Brain Research and Social Justice for Oracy Development
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Brenda Calvillo
July 13, 2022 4:00 PM
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This session is on oracy instruction and how to utilize students' cultural tools as socially just instructional leaders in the classroom. There are three main pillars of this presentation. The first includes brain research to understand the impact of instructional strategies. Second pillar is the social justice component to plan with an equitable lens, providing access for all students to content. Third, is the language acquisition component to create a supportive environment for all language learners in various phases to practice oral language.


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Dual Language Teacher in IL Presented on topics including: Professional Learning Communities, Motivation Theory, Social Justice in the Primary Classroom, and Oracy Instruction Masters of Ed. on Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis on Social Justice Bachelor's of Ed. on Multicultural Education