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Saturday, March 05, 2016

Guam Delegation at the 45th NABE Conference

SNAPSHOTS TAKEN AT NABE'S ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP PRESENTATION:

LOCATION:  Hilton Chicago, Illinois
DATES:  March 2-5, 2016


Dr. Matilda Naputi Rivera presents during the 45th Annual National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) Conference.  Her presentation was titled Poetry in the Pacific.


Dr. Shu-Yuan Lin shares her poem.


Professor Rosa Salas Palomo shares her poem.


Dr. Samuel Betances shares his poem.


Dr. Laura Souder shares her poem.

API-SIG Presentation.  Pictured L-R:  Dr. Shu-Yuan Lin, Idaho State University; Dr. Matilda Naputi Rivera, Guam Department of Education; Dr. Samuel Betances, Souder, Betances & Associates, Inc.; Professor Rosa Salas Palomo, University of Guam; and Dr. Laura Souder, Souder, Betances & Associates, Inc.

Dr. Shu-Yuan Lin presents during the 45th NABE Conference.  Her presentation was titled Using Formative Assessment Apps to Engage English Language Learners.

Professor Rosa Salas Palmo presents during the 45th NABE Conference.  Her presentation was titled Indigenous Language Learning Through a Website.


The National Association for Bilingual Education is the only nationwide network of professionals dedicated to serving English language learners in the United States via education programs and legislative advocacy. For the past four decades, NABE has been committed to excellence in bilingual and biliteracy education for all students through enriched educational programs and intensive professional development for teachers, administrators, professors, policymakers and parents. Additionally, NABE provides extensive research in the field via its Bilingual Research Journal, NABE Perspectives, NABE Journal of Research and Practice and the NABE eNews. NABE is committed to promoting programs and innovations that prepare our nation's students to be fluently bilingual, technologically creative, globally competitive and well-rounded world citizens by advancing legislation and policies at both the state and national levels that best serve language minority students.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE FOLLOWING:

NABE 46th Annual Conference 
Hilton Anatole Dallas
(February 23-25, 2017)
Pre-Conference starts on 22nd.


NABE 47th Annual Conference
Albuquerque Convention Center
(March 1-3, 2018)
Pre-Conference starts on 28th.


Source:  NABE.org

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