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HICE 2019 Conference Presentation: Expanding Bilingualism

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Expanding Bilingualism and Biliteracy through a Student-Centered Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Secondary Schools

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HICE 2019 Conference Presentation: Expanding Bilingualism

  1. 1. EXPANDING THROUGH A PEDAGOGY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: AN INNOVATION GAP ANALYSIS Hablar mas que un idioma Sprechen mehr als eine sprache ከአንድ በላይ ቋንቋ ይናገሩ Falar mais de um idioma Magsalita ng higit sa isang wika 说多种语 言 E'ōlelo i hoʻokahi aʻe'ōlelo
  2. 2. “LEARNING ANOTHER LANGUAGE IS NOT ONLY LEARNING DIFFERENT WORDS FOR THE SAME THINGS, BUT LEARNING ANOTHER WAY TO THINK ABOUT THINGS” Flora Lewis
  3. 3. CHAPTER 1: WHY THIS STUDY IS IMPORTANT JML Dissertation
  4. 4. STATE SEAL OF BILITERACY SSB 2011 First SSB recognized in California 2018 35 states approved a SSB 3 states under construction with SSB + 9 states in early stages of SSB 47 states total en route to functional SSB Only 3 states are not currently considering or developing a SSB: Montana North Dakota South Dakota
  5. 5. SECONDARY » »
  6. 6. PROPOSITION 58 EDUCATION FOR A GLOBAL ECONOMY & THE EL ROADMAP
  7. 7. CULTURALLY RELEVANT PEDAGOGY • High Academic Achievement Emphasized Regardless of Socioeconomic,Ethnic, or Societal position • Cultural Competence Learned about and from perspective of self and dominant or minority cultures • Sociopolitical Awareness Explicit instruction about systems and each person’s opportunity for agency and advocacy to learn and engage in economy
  8. 8. WHERE ARE WE NOW?
  9. 9. TALK TO YOUR ELBOW PARTNER ABOUT YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING JOURNEY • What language did you learn? • When did you start learning it? • Was it formal or informal? • Did your school add value?
  10. 10. CHAPTER 2: WHAT RESEARCH SAYS JML Dissertation
  11. 11. Medicine Healthcare Commerce Legal Trade Government Innovation Aviation Creative Arts
  12. 12. MODELS FOR DEVELOPING BILINGUALISM K-5 6-8 9-12 Dual Immersion Dual Immersion CLIL Two-Way Immersion Two-Way Immersion Language Courses to AP Immersion Immersion Project-Based Learning Heritage Maintenance Language Courses International Baccalaureate Language Pull-Out Instruction International Baccalaureate
  13. 13. TEACHER PREPARATION AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING In-Service (District Professional Learning) Pre-Service (University and Teacher Credentialing)
  14. 14. CHAPTER 3: HOW DATA WAS COLLECTED JML Dissertation
  15. 15. TEACHERS AND THE ORGANIZATION Knowledge and motivation Organizational culture and context and teachers’ knowledge and motivation Recommended knowledge and skills, motivation, and organizational solutions
  16. 16. DATA • Interviews (7) • Observation Protocol (Based on Interview responses) • Surveys (42) • Document Analyses
  17. 17. CHAPTER 4: THE FINDINGS JML Dissertation
  18. 18. PREDICTIONS? Write down four predicted outcomes.
  19. 19. YOU ARE VALIDATED
  20. 20. SYNOPSIS OF DATA ANALYSIS Belief and Value Over Self-Efficacy
  21. 21. SYNOPSIS OF DATA ANALYSIS Focus on English Learners Over Bilingualism
  22. 22. SYNOPSIS OF DATA ANALYSIS Coordinated Professional Learning and Collaboration Needed
  23. 23. SYNOPSIS OF DATA ANALYSIS Systematic Plan to Develop Bilingualism and Biliteracy for All Students
  24. 24. PREDICTIONS? Check your predictions and compare with findings. What would or will you do with this information? How can this information move your organization?
  25. 25. CHAPTER 5: NOW WE MOBILIZE JML Dissertation
  26. 26. EL ROADMAP IN CALIFORNIA • Assets-Oriented and Needs Responsive Schools • Intellectual Quality of Instruction and Meaningful Access • System Conditions that Support Effectiveness • Alignment and Articulation Within and Across Systems
  27. 27. • By 2030, half of all K–12 students participate in programs leading to proficiency in two or more languages, either through a class, a program, or an experience. • The number of students who receive the State Seal of Biliteracy, which is nationally recognized for college admissions and career opportunities, more than triples from 46,952 in 2017 to more than 150,000 in 2030. By 2040, three out of four graduating seniors earn the Seal of Biliteracy.The Seal is earned by demonstrating proficiency in a language in addition to English. • The number of dual immersion programs that teach languages besides English quadruples from about 400 in 2017 to 1,600 in 2030. • The number of new bilingual teachers authorized in world language classes more than doubles from 2017 to 2030. GLOBAL CALIFORNIA 2030
  28. 28. FURTHERING BILINGUALISM IN GLOBAL ECONOMY
  29. 29. MULTILINGUALISM IS GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY, RESEARCHERS HAVE FOUND. COUNTRIES THAT ACTIVELY NURTURE DIFFERENT LANGUAGES REAP A RANGE OF REWARDS, FROM MORE SUCCESSFUL EXPORTS TO A MORE INNOVATIVE WORKFORCE. Sophie Hardach,World Economic Forum
  30. 30. አመሰግናለሁ Obrigado Salamat 谢谢 USC Digital Library: Expanding Bilingualism and Biliteracy Through a Student-Centered Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Secondary Schools, Jamie Lee, Ed.D. Click here for link to dissertation
  31. 31. QUANDARIES AND REMARKS Continue the dialogue at: globaleducationexecutives@gmail.com @GlobalEdExecs globaledexecs Global Ed Execs https://globaledexecs.org

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