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Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa  - Teaching Multilingual Children: 10 Key Factors PART II

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AASSA Educators’ Conference 2012

Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa

"Teaching Multilingual Children:

Ten Key Factors That Influence Successful Language Learning PART II"


Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa - Teaching Multilingual Children: 10 Key Factors PART I


Presenter Name: Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa

School/Organization: Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito (Quito, Ecuador)

Presenter Contact Info--Email: tracey.tokuhama@gmail.com



Presentation Description: In this interactive workshop we will quickly review the ten key factors mentioned in Part I and then look at tools that can be used in international school settings to help ensure the highest quality language programs possible. These tools range from entering parent interviews (shared expectations) to specific classroom activities. The second part of this session will focus on specific examples that participants bring to the discussion (come with questions!).


Date: March 16, 2012


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Presenter Bio:

Tracey has taught Kindergarten through University and is curently the Director of IDEA (Instituto de Enseñanza y Aprendizaje or The Teaching and Learning Institute) of the University of San Francisco in Quito, Ecuador where she is a full Professor of Education and Neuropsychology. Tracey is also Director the new online education program for the University. Tracey has conducted conferences, workshops and research in 21 countries around the world, has more than 23 years of teaching experience and is now primarily focused on educational research. Tracey’s main areas of interests in 2011 have to do with the continual expansion of the Mind, Brain, and Education field, learning in the digital age and multilingualism. She is the author of five internationally published books on multilingualism and educational neuroscience. Tracey is a native of California and earned her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor’s of Science degrees from Boston University, her Master’s of Education from Harvard University and her doctorate (Ph.D) in Mind, Brain, and Education Science from Capella University.

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