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2022 State English Learners Alliance Conference
Our Students Thriving
Nearly 20% of all Oregon students have direct experience with the state’s English Learner programs. Within this student population there is tremendous diversity in their lived experiences, and in the cultural and linguistic assets they bring to their schools and districts. The purpose of this conference and the sessions presented will aspire to the goal of engaging and challenging all learners to ensure academic excellence through accessible, inclusive and personally meaningful learning opportunities.
This conference is being planned as a face-to-face, in-person event. Participants must provide proof of vaccination (with card or on phone); a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of the conference will be accepted in lieu of proof of vaccination only for individuals with a religious or medical exception. Wearing a mask when not eating or drinking on site is required for all conference participants. Please know that our top priority is your health.
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- Shelly Reggiani, Ed.D., North Clackamas School District
- Katie Cunningham, North Clackamas School District
- Glendaliz Martinez, National Director of CLR, MLL, Curriculum Associates - Bio
- Jonathan Rosa, Associate Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education - Bio
- Kate Kinsella, Ed.D. Teacher Educator & Author, Dr. Kate Kinsella & Associates - Bio
- Access to Linguistic Inclusion Overview and Explanation
- Alignment for Strong Outcomes in ELA
- Better Collaboration - An Introduction to Research-based Co-teaching Models
- Collaborative Leadership in Transformation of a PBIS Framework During COVID: One Elementary School’s Story
- Connecting ELPA, ELP Standards, and Instructional Rigor
- District Level Data Profiles
- Elevating Emergent Bilingual students through the Student Investment Account
- I am safe. I am good. I am loved.
- Intentional Planning Practice for Multilingual Learners
- Key Components of Digital Learning: Engaging and Supporting Students who are Emergent Bilingual
- Language Use Survey - Feedback Session
- Meaningful Communication with Parents
- ODE Strategic Investment in Multilingual and Migrant Education
- Popcorn for Chips - Improving Instructional Practices!
- Proven Practices to Support English Learners in Making Academic Writing Strides
- Recent Events Regarding the Civil Rights of Oregon’s English Learners
- Remote Learning Quality Program Standards: Supporting Students who are Emergent Bilingual and their Families
- Secondary Project GLAD Strategies in the Newcomer Classroom
- Spreading Innovation in Integrated and Equitable Instruction: A State-wide ESD, District, and University Network
- Successful Parent/Teacher Conferences for Linguistically Diverse Families
- SWEL School-Wide English Learning
- The Impact of Language in a Math Class: One School's Experience
- They won't care what you know until they know you care!
- Title III Nuts and Bolts
If you are registering someone other than yourself or need to register a group, please contact Sera Lockwood, firstname.lastname@example.org or call the COSA office at 503-581-3141 and we will process their registrations. Lunch will be provided on March 9th for Pre-Conference attendees. Breakfast and Lunch wilk be provided on March 10th and Breakfast is provided on March 11th. If you have any registration questions or cancelations please e-mail email@example.com.