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Curriculum & Instruction Events

Excellent Content Teaching for Multilingual Students

Please join us for a Wisconsin Ideas in Education Series lecture by Kara Mitchell Viesca.
Date
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Time
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Location
159 Education Building
Description
Kara Mitchell Viesca’s work centers on content teaching for multilingual students. In this talk, "Excellent Content Teaching for Multilingual Students: Promising Theoretical and Empirical Directions," she will discuss theoretical advancements and empirical work with important implications for research, policy and practice in content teaching, as well as teacher learning-practices that address issues of inequity and social justice for multilingual students.
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