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Thursday, March 25 • 4:50pm - 5:30pm
Changemaking, Language Development and English Learners: Integrating Lessons on Solving Real Community Problems During Normal and COVID Times

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This presentation explains the principles of Changemaking and how to design instruction that develops students as leaders who believe they can change what “hurts their hearts”. Presenter will share examples of lessons and projects in K-12 on learning about empathy for others and engaging in the process of identifying and addressing real world problems. Attendees will participate in brainstorming Changemaking instruction that is aligned to standards. Information about a variety of resources will be provided.

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Viviana Alexandrowicz

Associate Professor/Director Changemaking center for K-12 Education, University of San Diego
I have taught methods for English learners and have been involved in bilingual education for over 25 years. I have also been engaged with theory and practice in these areas and have presented at over 40 national and international conferences on these topics. Five years ago, I brought... Read More →

Thursday March 25, 2021 4:50pm - 5:30pm PDT
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