Translanguaging Practices in the Elementary Classroom
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Caren Pantoja
July 16, 2022 1:00 PM
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This session will help you understand what Translanguaging is and what it looks like in the classroom. We will discuss linguistic oppression and how that affects our students in developing positive bilingual identities. We will also explore different mentor texts with translanguaging practices that could be used in the classroom as a way to embrace bilingualism.




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Expert Credentials

Caren obtained her Multiple Subject credential from CSU Stanislaus with a Bilingual Authorization in 2017. In 2021, Caren received her Masters in Multicultural and Multilingual Education from Fresno State. Her thesis focused heavily on the importance of translanguaging in the classroom setting. Currently, Caren is on her 5th year of teaching 4th grade. She taught 4 years in a dual language classroom (90/10) and one year in a traditional English instruction classroom.