Join us on Thursday, December 15, 2022, from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM ET for another edition of NSTA's Transforming Science Learning.
Education research, policy, and practice with minoritized student groups were traditionally framed in terms of what the students were lacking and how to fix this problem (a deficit-oriented view). In recent years, there have been growing efforts to leverage the resources that all students bring to the classroom (an asset-oriented view). The education of multilingual learners in content areas, including science, is a prime case. Asset-oriented framing of multilingual learners represents linguistically sustaining pedagogy or linguistic equity pedagogy.
This web seminar is Part 2 of a two-part series. The purpose of these two 90-minute sessions is to present contemporary approaches to developing NGSS-designed instructional materials that integrate science and language with multilingual learners. Participants will examine reframing of multilingual learners from a deficit-oriented view to an asset-oriented view across research, policy, and practice. Using a yearlong fifth-grade curriculum called Science And Integrated Language (SAIL), participants will examine how contemporary approaches to integrating science and language are mutually supportive with all students, especially multilingual learners.
In Part 2 the presenters will focus on a series of webinars and briefs that were developed through collaboration between the SAIL research team and New York State Education Department. Then, they will describe alignment between the NGSS (science standards) and WIDA 2020 Edition (English language development standards) with multilingual learners. Register to Part 1.
- Asset-oriented framing of multilingual learners
- Contemporary approaches to integrating science and language with multilingual learners
- Open education resources developed in collaboration with New York State Education Department
- Alignment between the NGSS (science standards) and the WIDA 2020 Edition (English language development standards)
- Teachers as co-participants of instructional materials development while also promoting their professional learning
All individuals receive a certificate of participation and 100 NSTA activity points for attending the live seminar and completing the end-of-program survey. A certificate of participation is not awarded for watching the recorded version of the program.
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