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Bank Street College of Education

610 West 112th Street

New York, NY 10025

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Reading, Writing and Talk: Inclusive Teaching for Diverse Learners

Saturday, October 26, 8am - 4pm

Featuring Keynote Speaker Mariana Souto-Manning

Mariana Souto-Manning, Ph.D., is Professor of Early Childhood Education and Teacher Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Professor Souto-Manning serves as Director of the Doctoral Program in Curriculum and Teaching and Director of the Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education Programs. She holds additional academic appointments at the University of Iceland (2017-2021), King’s College London (2017-2020), and Hunter College (2018-2019).

Professor Souto-Manning is Founding Co-Director of the Center for Innovation in Teacher Education and Development (CITED). She has served as Chair of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Research Foundation and directed the federally-funded Quality Universally Inclusive Early Responsive Education (QUIERE) Project. Before becoming a university-based teacher educator, Souto-Manning was an early childhood teacher in public (pre)schools in Brazil and in the United States.

Workshops include:

1. The Language of Dance and the Dance of Language, led by Ana Rubinstein
2. Academic Conversations in the Content Area Classroom, led by Lillian A. Stevens & Marisol Parra
3. Upholding Student Identities in the Classroom: Developing Language Through Readings, Discussions, and Projects, led by Benelly Alvarez, Julissa Acevedo, & Grasilel Diaz
4. Differentiation in the Classroom as a Tool to Support All Learners, led by Judy Gutierrez & Santiago Mayorga
5. One Child, Many Languages: Effective Practices in a Linguistically Diverse Early Childhood Setting, led by Margaret Blachly & Carmen Colón

Come and re-energize your practice by learning from the experts in the field. They will share multiple ways to create and support social and academic language growth in today's diverse educational settings that include ENL’s (English as a new language) learners as well as those who struggle in their native language. Our workshops will address different age ranges and needs.

For more information and workshop descriptions, visit bankstreet.edu/ls



Participants will receive 6 Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) Hours or .6 Continuing Education Unit OR can enroll for 1 graduate credit**

**1 graduate credit may be earned by paying the tuition fee, attending the conference and completing online work after the conference. Email us for more information.

Contact Gretchen Adams, gadams@bankstreet.edu, if you would like to pay by Purchase Order.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations/refunds prior to October 20 will be processed. After October 20, 2018, no cancellations or refunds will be processed.

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