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Curriculum & Instruction Events

UW–Madison Education Research Poster Fair

Mark your calendar to attend this annual event featuring the latest findings from campus colleagues researching pre-K through adult education topics. Featured speaker, Mariana Castro, will share research findings of relevant and authentic learning experience that enhance learning among bilingual children
Friday, February 22, 2019
10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
 Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
330 N Orchard
Madison WI

Learn about the latest in education research!


UW-Madison Researcher, Mariana Castro, Curriculum and Instruction Faculty Member
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm, H. F. DeLuca Forum
Pedagogía con respeto: Sociopolitical Advocacy Through Multilingual Practices

Castro will share research findings of relevant and authentic learning experience that enhance learning among bilingual children, who today number one in four children living in the U.S.

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Sponsors: WCER and Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

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