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Title: You Can Do It: Light, Medium, and Heavy Lifts Advocating for ELLs

Time: 2:15 pm

Room: MacDonald 10

Name: Rosemary Colon

Institution: Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute

Co-presenters (if any):

Type: Informational Session (45 min)

Summary: Advocacy is a concept we might be familiar with, but what does it mean to be an advocate for your students and ELLs in general? This interactive session will review what we know as ESL educators, show ways we can do lifting of advocacy and list 10 ways we are advocates. Attendees will have access to all session materials.

Biography: Rosemary is the wearer of many hats as an adjunct ESL instructor, KSPS Education curriculum developer, and advocate for education.

Topics addressed: Policy and Advocacy

Intended audience: Adult Refugee/Immigrant Programs,K-12 Settings,Administrators

Thematic track: Policy and Advocacy

Non-commercial

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