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Title Fname Lname Institution
You Can Do It: Light, Medium, and Heavy Lifts Advocating for ELLs Rosemary Colon Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
From insights to results: an introduction to Evolve Annette Acosta Cambridge University Press
Native American Boarding Schools: The Continent's First ESL Immersion Program Joan Johnston Nelson EL Trainer and Consultant
School Communication-Parent Involvement: Hmong-American Families Nalee Moua Washington State University
Library and ESL/ABE Literacy Project Collaboration Linda Keys Spokane Community College
Teaching Abroad with the English Language Fellow Program Judy Emerson U.S. Department of State English Language Programs
Exploring the Possibilities: Gifted Language Learners Erica Uyehara Teacher, Spokane Public Schools; Adjunct, Whitworth University
The Case for a Chiune Sugihara CLIL Reading and Writing Course Matthew Miner Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba, Japan
Establishment of Identity through Communities of Practice Kathryn Pawelko University of Idaho
English as a Protest Language in Israel and Palestine today. Albana Dwonch University of Washington
Dual Language Learners: Teaching Bi-Cultural Preschool Students Britta Grass Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP)
Immigration Law for Educators: A Scenario-Based Introduction Gregory Cunningham Quiroga Law Office, PLLC
Share and Shine Presentations: Multilevel Activity Christina Momono Spokane Community College
Evaluating Teachers of English Learners in Washington Randi Freeman Anaheim University
Family Language Policy Among Immigrants in a Multilingual Era Analee Scott Gonzaga University
Students Achieving Fluency through Inquiries in Literature! Cynthia Geraghty Language Treasure Chest Ent.
Global teacher mentors: An enriching virtual experience Jennie Sevedge-Angel Gonzaga University
Phonics: To Teach or Not To Teach? If so, how? Joan Johnston Nelson ELL Trainer and Consultant
Exploring Benchmarks in Teacher Professional Identity David Martin Washington State University
When Executive Orders Set Off a Worry Machine for ELLs Gina Mikel Petrie Eastern Washington University
Training Teachers and Providing Community English Classes in Cuba Peggy Arendt EFCA ReachGlobal / World Relief
Creating Diverse and Dynamic Online Assessments Josh Rosenberger English Language Institute - University of Montana
Mic Drop: Student-Created Podcasts Sara Schroeder University of Montana English Language Institute
Improving Students' English through A Cultural Research Project Kristina Kellermann Cascadia College
Student Mental Health: Teachers as First Responders Stacy Hagen Independent Consultant
Sharing Knowledge: Incorporating Talking Circles in the Classroom Stephanie Thomas Intensive American Language Center, INTO-WSU
Visual Thinking Strategy Sarah Mortensen Spokane Community College exploring learner language and corrective feedback James Hunter Gonzaga
Podcasts to Increase Listening and Speaking Engagement Jennifer Bellamy Moses Lake SD
Working With Deaf and Hard of Hearing English Language Learners Noreen L. Duffy Greensboro College
Building a Community ESL Program: Pragmatics in Action Angela Forwood Spokane Public Library
Easy and Effective: Low-Prep Activities for the ESL Classroom Delaney Rapier Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
Presenting the American Revolution: Activities and Assessments Terry Knudsen Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
Creating an Environmentally-Friendly Classroom Elizabeth Merriam Spokane Community College
Low Prep, High Reward: Activities for Beginner ESL Classes Margaret Diehl Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
Boosting Digital Literacy Skills in Adults with Letter Writing Renee Kenney Spokane Community College
Stimulate Your Creativity Through Task-Types Mark Hershey Cascadia College
Moving Beyond Traditional Assessments: Alternative Book Reports Ronica Penar Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
Spelling Games Audra Lord ALPS Language School
Rethinking Reading to Re-engage Secondary English Learners Anny Case Gonzaga University
Multimodal Grammar: Cookies, Sioux Chef Lessons, Gullah Baskets LaVona Reeves Eastern Washington University
Reading Gives Us a Place in the World and the World a Place in Us Yanmei Li Central Washington University
Google Classroom: Basics, Benefits, and Limitations Ron Belisle Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute
Refugee Kids' Connect - Afterschool Program Marijke Fakasiieiki Refugee Connections Spokane
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