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 href="https://3.bp.bl
What is better than reading a book? Best time to read a book under quarantine. Learning Challenges for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Students With Disabilities My book published by IGI Global: International Publisher of Information Science and Technology Research. I share space with two amazing scholars: Dr.Bronte Reynolds , and Dr. Wendy Murawski Date of release: week of Spring started 3/16/2020 This book is dedicated to all the children with disabilities from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) families who, through no fault of their own, are often marginalized and disenfranchised. It is for children who did not choose to be torn apart by war, displacement, or trauma, and who need our attention now more than ever. It is for all the children who, instead of sitting in classrooms, are in refugee camps. It is also dedicated to the people who instilled a life-long passion for learning and teaching in us. We share this with all who seek equity and equalit
Books (calstate.edu) | Volume 6 | Winter 2021 Books by faculty and alumni include college textbooks about teaching special needs students, science and LGBTQ. Other works look at bookishness, Amazon and avian art. Northridge Learning Challenges for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Students With Disabilities By Soraya Fallah, research assistant, Center for Teaching and Learning; Bronte Reynolds, professor of educational leadership and policy studies; and Wendy Murawski, executive director and Eisner Endowed Chair of the Center for Teaching and Learning; all at CSUN Published January 2020 This reference publication identifies ways in which CLD families can help schools build educators’ cultural competence. It explores the idea of disabilities as a social model with a focus on strengths rather than a medical model focused on needs and weaknesses.
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