"Giving voice to an invisible population " in the MECA conference
Thanks to CTL's Administrative Analyst ,Dr. Scott, Kathy Lynn for helping to create this professional brochure for MECA conference
In the MECA conference my research under the name ” Giving a voice to an invisible population” was placed in “ Special guest speaker” on Sunday 8/20/2017. The conference
The audience were educators, administrators, Professional development seekers, researchers and university professors and lecturers.
I took a brochure made by CTL (Center for Teaching and Learning),CSUN and my card, a table designated to our school because of my participation in which I took all the brochures and advertisement from CSUN’s Michael D. Eisner college of Education with me. My poster was displayed at all time during the conference.
The reactions ranged from praising me for the range of the research to the tips for the educators. Some took note, some asked for more info and some wanted to be in contact.
PRESENTATIONS: The multicultural-related presentations was covered a wide range of topics of importance to teachers, administrators and those interested in multicultural education and intercultural communications. Presentations were made in the following areas:
I got a chance to meet with David Nunan, Ph.D who : is a world-acclaimed linguist, author, and former president of TESOL, the world’s largest language teaching organization. More about him: (http://www.academiafoundation.org/speakers/david-nunan-ph-d/)
And who is the Administrative Director at Anaheim University. She was very professional and nice. more about her: http://www.academiafoundation.org/about-the-multicultural-education-conference-in-anaheim-meca/
the Administrative Director at Anaheim University who is
Meeting with Dr. Jose Moreno, CSLB prof, head of Los Amigos, and now member of the Anaheim City Council and Ms.Sylivia Mendez
Dr. Sarvnaz Hatemi