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Presentation Title: Dual Immersion Education a Bridge between Heritage Language &Culture with Academics; A Model for Kurdish Children

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I virtually - presented at World Kurdish Congress(WKC) on Friday 23rd around 09:40 Am. My topic is: "Dual immersion education a bridge between heritage language & culture with academics; A model for Kurdish children".
This topic is very close to my heart
I cover the following , based on my research:
 Introductions: Why I chose this topic ?
 Presentation Objectives
 Definition: Dual –Immersion Education?
 Research Problem, why dual-immersion?
 The purpose of this study
 Research Questions (RQs)
 Literature Review
 Research design and plan
 Findings
 Implication and Recommendation for Kurdish people, researchers, investors &entrepreneurs, and parents
 Feedback opportunity , interested audience ticket out the door:
"Everyone identify one thing you can do to better serve this population, one strategy, or one feedback and email it to me..
https://www.kurdishcongress.org/program/
#The_4th_World_Kurdish_Congress

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New publication-Review of "Ability, Equity, and Culture; Sustaining Inclusive Urban Education Reform"

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A new publication in educational literature world. 
http://www.jsard.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/JSARD-Summer-2018-final-book-review.pdf

http://www.jsard.org/

JSARD is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that supports the development and dissemination of research and scholarship in the area of K-12 school administration and leadership.  Our mission is to publish and disseminate relevant, high-quality literature in educational leadership in order to empower researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to improve K-12 schools.  JSARD publications are possible due to the hard work of our editorial board, peer reviewers, copy editors, and authors. In this new issue, we are pleased to present eight articles: five original research articles, two best practice articles, and a book review.  These works delve into the topics of educator effectiveness systems, the evaluation of special education teachers, teacher absences, teacher preparation, Common Core State Standards implementation, tea…

CTL pamphlet for MENASWA Research

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Critique of "A Big Apple for Educators: New York City's Experiment with Schoolwide Performance Bonuses: Final Evaluation Report"

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my new publication in the world's largest digital library of education literature and most widely used index to educational-related literature, Education Resources Information Center(ERIC). ERIC is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.
Adding to the world of literature is an amazing feeling.
It would not be possible without you Cklara Moradian.Thank you for your 
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Critique of "A Big Apple for Educators: New York City's Experiment with Schoolwide Performance Bonuses: Final Evaluation Report" Fallah, Soraya; Moradian, Cklara Online Submission The purpose of this paper is to review and critique a groundbreaking research report. The research article under review in this paper is: "A Big Apple for Educators: New York City's Experiment with Schoolwide Performance Bonuses: Final Evaluation Report" (see ED521920). In 2007-08, a …

MENASWA survey published on Family Focuse Resource Center in CSUN

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http://myemail.constantcontact.com/March-2017-Newsletter--FFRC-Helps-Close-the--DiaperGap.html?soid=1102600265070&aid=tvqwhaH_0mE
Thanks to Dr. Ivor Weiner https://www.csun.edu/family-focus-resource-center

The Family Focus Resource Center understands and strengthens families raising children with special needs through education, advocacy, and family support services. FFREC is housed within the Michael D. Eisner College of Education at the California State University, Northridge. Programs are sustained through grant funding, sponsorships and donations. The FFREC is honored by its ongoing association with the Teaching, Learning, and Counseling Consortium (TLC). The consortium consists of the following programs already established in the College of Education: Mitchell Family Counseling ClinicSpecial Education Literacy LaboratoryLos Angeles Times Literacy Center For more information on the TLC Consortium, please call: 818 677-TLLC (8522).

Book Review pblished by NACADA

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NACADA( The Global Community for Academic Advising) published our book review: Book ReviewsCurrent Articles | Archives | Search New Directions in Special Education: Eliminating Ableism in Policy and Practice New Directions in Special Education: Eliminating Ableism in Policy and Practice. (2005). Book by Thomas Hehir. Harvard Education Press, 2005, ISBN-13 9781891792618, Soraya Fallah, Ed.D., & Cklara Moradian, MSW Candidate. Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Thomas Hehir’s 2005 New Directions in Special Education: Eliminating Ableism in Policy and Practice deals more specifically with special education and systemic reform as it pertains to students with disabilities. Hehir (2005) begins by defining ableism as a pervasive and harmful cult

The Importance of Developing Cultural Competence in Working with Families of Students with Disabilities from the Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia

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My(our) new article published.

For a researcher, nothing is more exciting than publishing a new scholarly peer reviewed journal article in a great journal like, The Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship (JOSEA). Thanks to Dr.Wendy Weichel Murawski, and Zaniar Moradian for their countless efforts.
http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1064&context=josea

http://josea.info/index.php?page=vol7no1

Recommended Citation:
Fallah, Soraya; Murawski, Wendy; and Moradian, Zaniar (2018) "The Importance of Developing Cultural Competence in Working with Families of Students with Disabilities from the Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia," The Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship: Vol. 7 : No. 1 , Article 5. Available at: http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/josea/vol7/iss1/5

Chapter book emphesized on MENASWA: Challenges and Strategies for Establishing Strong Partnerships: Special Education and CLD Families

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As a contributing author to the following publication, I believe that this title would be an excellent addition to your institution's collection. Available in both print and electronic format, I highly recommend it for purchase to complement the library's collection and to strengthen our institution's academic research offerings. Also, due to my contribution to this publication, our library is entitled to an exclusive 25% Discount* (if purchased directly through the IGI Global Online Bookstore). Simply use the discount code LIB25 during checkout online or by phone. Social Justice and Parent Partnerships in Multicultural Education Contexts

Author(s)/Editor(s): Katherine E.L. Norris (West Chester University of Pennsylvania, USA), Shartriya Collier (California State University – Northridge, USA)
ISBN13: 9781522539438; ISBN10: 1522539433; EISBN13: 9781522539445;

www.igi-global.com/book/social-justice-parent-partnerships-multicultural/181916 My(our chapter, Dr. Wendy Mur…