Graduate School
Nov 08

The Language Series 2014: Day Two

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  • Dates
    Saturday, November 08, 2014 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Location
    The Evelyn Rome Tabas & Daniel Tabas Auditorium Room No.: Bank Street College
    610 West 112th Street, New York NY, 10025-1898
  • Tickets
    $ 195.00
  • Contacts
    Gretchen Adams / 212-875-4461 / gadams@bankstreet.edu
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Event Description

Exploring Academic Language and Literacy Development: Connections to the Common Core

Keynote Speaker

Celia Genishi, Professor Emerita of Education and former Co-Coordinator of the Program in Early Childhood Education at Teacher's College, Columbia University, is an authority on early childhood education, language in the classroom, qualitative research and childhood bilingualism.

Keynote Address: Saturday, November 8 at 8:45am

Saturday Workshops:

  • Integrating Content/Expanding Language: Young Children Wonder, Learn, and Talk About Their World
    Facilitators: Celia Genishi & Susan Stires
  • Speaking from the Heart: Attachment, Language and Emotional Integration in Young Learners
    Facilitator: Lesley Koplow
  • Bilingual development or learning disability?
    Facilitator: Cristian Solorza
  • Etymology + Animation = Etymation…Word study via animated cartoons
    Facilitator: Gladys Aponte
  • Whole Novels & Whole Stories: An Experiential Approach to Reading, Response & Analysis
    Facilitator: Ariel Sacks

Click here for more information.

Institute fee:

$195 Early Bird fee for non-credit registration received by September 30, 2014.

$265 Conference fee after September 30.

1 graduate credit can be earned by attending the conference and completing online work after the conference. Additional tuition fee applies.

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