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Wednesday, October 16
 

8:00am

8:30am

9:00am

9:30am

10:00am

10:15am

10:30am

10:45am

12:30pm

12:45pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

2:15pm

2:45pm

3:00pm

3:30pm

 
Thursday, October 17
 

8:15am

Correlating Bilingual Learners' Reading Success to Academic Success Room 105Isela Almaguer Extending, Enriching, and Engaging Dual Language Instruction through Summer School Watergarden BRachel Montemayor Project SSTARC: Providing Culturally Relevant Content for Bilingual Elementary School Teachers Room 225 DMaritza De La Trinidad Identifying and Serving Culturally and LInguistically Diverse Gifted Students Room 227Kathryn Heinze "Empower EL's in Reading ComprehensionThrough Metacognitive Strategies" Access your students' critical thinking to improve comprehension and expression. Room 106Hsiaoping Wu • Sandra Lee Porter Cultura cura con lectura Henry Garrett Ballroom BXOCHITL ANABEL ROCHA • Rebecca De Leon The Science of Montessori Reading in a Dual Language Classroom Selena RotundaLupe Ramos • Linda Guardia Jackson Pre-service teachers’ trajectory with English learners through service-learning Room 226Hsiao-ping Wu ¿Varios niveles de lectura y escritura en tu salón de clase? ¡Estas actividades para centros son la solución! Room 102Vickie Whitfield • Luz Roth Implementing Lotta Lara: A Unique and Promising Biliterate Reading Strategy Henry Garrett Ballroom DCerelia Diaz • Olivia Modesto Language Use in Transitional Bilingual versus Dual Language Classrooms Room 107Barbara Kennedy Supporting English Learners (ELs) with Strategies in the Content Areas Using Data to Drive your Instruction Room 101Daniel Scibienski • Glenda Almonte • Hirva Raj Leveraging Funds to Increase Outcomes for English Learners Henry Garrett Ballroom ABARBARA KENNEDY • Rickey Santellana Leveraging Bilingualism to Engage Families Room 225 CMarcela Andrés Peer Tutoring Interventions for English Language Learners: Results of a Systematic Review of the Literature Room 225 ELisa Bowman-Perrott Results from a Pilot Study Comparing Live Virtual Professional Development and Asynchronous Virtual Professional Development in an Effort to Improve Teacher Performance for English Learners Room 225 ARafael Lara-Alecio • Fuhui Tong • Julia Lynch • Evelina Guerrero • Elisabeth Pugliese • Zhiqing Zhou • Beverly Irby LIFTED, Linguistic Instructional Focus to Engage Diverse Learners Henry Garrett Ballroom CSelena Solis-Bastidas ¿Qué notas?: Teaching Spanish Grammar and Conventions of Language through the Invitational Process Room 225 BCaroline Sweet Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 in bilingual/ESL education Rehearsal HallHsiaoping Wu

9:30am

The Role of Culture and Language in Academic Achievement of ELs: Considerations Before Referring for Special Education Services Room 225 CRosario Nava • Brenda de la Garza Canciones y cuentos para aprender a leer Henry Garrett Ballroom ALada Kratky Implementation of Translanguaging Room 225 ELizdelia Pinon Not Just Any Book - Using Technology to Ensure Comprehension Watergarden BCarol Johnson What’s Your Language Story? Building Community While Exploring Identity Room 107David Kauffman Preservice Bilingual Teachers Preparation and Translanguging in Science: A case study Room 227Yohanis De La Fuente Exploring Mathematics Through Culturally Relevant Literature Room 102Patsy Robles-Goodwin • Jessica Salazar Cross-Linguistic Transfer in Dual Language Programs: Going Beyond Cognates and Bilingual Books Rehearsal HallPascual Yacovodonato Literacy Connections: Adding Rigor to Science Literacy with STEMscopes Room 103Kenn Heydrick Accelerate Student Learning: Best Practices in Spanish Literacy Selena RotundaNancy Herrera • Kerry Gavett • Amy Coit Designing Learning Zones that Build Confidence & Skills in NEW Language Learners Room 105Joanne Billingsley Hear, See, Say, Do! Five Strokes that Young Children Can Do! Henry Garrett Ballroom BShauna Williams "Parents are a Child's First Teacher: Supporting Parents with Early Literacy at Home." Henry Garrett Ballroom CMyrna Reyna Come and join the fun! Engaging and easy-to-make games and activities to help foster academic language development Room 106Michelle Gaspar • Katy Alonzo • Sora Ahn • Claudia Sanchez TELPAS Data: Making it happen! Room 101Evangelina Avalos • Joey Martinez • Melissa Martinez • Adriana Bermea Culturally Relevant Author Study: Exploring Xavier Garza’s Picture Books Room 225 AMaria Franquiz • Xavier Garza • María Leija Unpacking the Sociolinguistic Crossroad of Bilingual Educators: Critical Dialogues in Teacher Preparation Room 225 DFebe Tovar • Yolanda Salgado • Yuliana Kenfield • Yasmira Madrid La evolución de la escritura académica de los maestros bilingües en formación Room 226Edna Velasquez Examinations of Bilingual Preservice Teachers’ Discourses on Gender Equality and Inclusion of LGBTQ Children's Literature in the Curriculum Room 225 BGilberto Lara How to Teach Academic Vocabulary to Bilingual Students Using Educational Technology and Multimedia Program in Preschool - 2nd Grade. Henry Garrett Ballroom DNatalya Seals

1:30pm

EL Progress Review: Developing and Implementing a district-wide system that works for ELS Rehearsal HallAlex Sanchez • Imelda De La Guardia • Clare Resilla • Lettie Houck Strengthen Spanish Literacy Skills with a Focus on Structure and Readings Room 101Betsy Arnold The Battle of the Notebooks Room 226Rosie Sandoval Get Teachers Hooked on the Reading Habit: Read-Alouds Do Work Henry Garrett Ballroom CShauna Williams Using ABCmouse and ReadingIQ with Dual Language Learners Room 227Jorge Palacios Using Cultural Knowledge as a scaffold for students to make connections and learn new concepts Room 225 DMaria Grajales Learning the Language of Literacy Henry Garrett Ballroom DEmpowering Writers The Intersection of Language Acquisition and Learning Disability – Strategies for Teachers Room 107Amy Johnson Incluyendo Todos: Advocating for Bilingualism Across the Curriculum (An Arts Perspective) Room 225 EVictor Lozada A Recipe for Success: Shelter, Scaffold, and Culturally Responsive Teaching Henry Garrett Ballroom BELENA RUIZ • Ricardo Coronado GET FIRED UP with LIT Technology Tools for ELs Room 106Edith Trevino Maximizing the ELL's Cognitive Performance in Science with Engaging Technology Application Room 105Isela Olivares • Gloria Lopez-Rangel "Culturally Sustaining Content for Bilingual and Bicultural Classrooms and Communities" Room 225 CAmanda Tovar • Monica Alvarez • Stephanie Alvarez Seal of Biliteracy: Planning and Implementing a Dual Language Program in Middle and High School Henry Garrett Ballroom AJOSEFINA ZAMORA • ROMY RICARTE • BLANCA HURTADO • STEVE SALCIDO • Cristina Bennett The Outdoor Environment as a Classroom: Science Processes for Early Childhood English Learners Room 104Lynda Cavazos • Esther Garza Using SEL strategies when teaching gets tough Selena RotundaZoe Gonzalez Accelerating English Proficiency Room 102Zulma Cifuentes-Pride Partnerships for el futuro of Dual Language Network Hubs Room 225 BOLIVIA HERNANDEZ • David Nungaray Vocabulario académico: Creando palabras a través de juegos morfológicos Room 103Altagracia Delgado Historias Americanas: Enhancing Teaching and Learning in Social Studies and promoting Bilingualism and Biculturalism via Placed-Based Pedagogies Room 225 AFrancisco Guajardo • Maritza De La Trinidad

3:30pm

Distinguishing Bilingual Students' Literacy Development through Cultural Resourcefulnes Watergarden AIsela Almaguer Serving Our Adolescent Newcomers Room 226Anita Raducanu Teaching Texas Educators how to Use the Transitional Bilingual Observation Protocol (TBOP): Results from Project Massive Open Online Professional Independent Learning Watergarden BBeverly Irby • Fuhui Tong • Julia Lynch • Evelina Guerrero • Elisabeth Pugliese • Rafael Lara-Alecio Dictado: A Guide to Successful Implementation in the K-5 Classroom Room 225 CLiliana Scuilla Fostering Critical Thinking in the Bilingual Reading Classroom through Integrated Units of Study Henry Garrett Ballroom CCaroline Sweet • Kari Johnston Educating Bilingual Students for a Sustainable World Room 103Jo Beth Oestreich Enhancing Biliteracy and Bilingualism: The Benefits of Mexican American Studies in Bilingual Education Room 107Anita Cisneros • Adriana Abundis • Lilliana Saldaña Promoting Algebraic Reasoning for English Learners Room 104Claudia Vargas-Ramirez Real Lesson Planning for the Dual Language Classroom! FILTER: ROOM NAME Henry Garrett Ballroom BJosé Medina Translanguaging as a model for language learning: The case of the program Learn from the Experts in South Texas Room 225 BMara Barbosa What Works in a Dual Language Classroom: Two-way, including the self-contained educator. Room 102Juan Rivas • Carla Galaviz • Hortensia Lehnertz $1 Fluency and Comprehension Bilingual Centers for PK-2 Room 106Claudia Yunes Let's Play!: Engaging Early Childhood Students in Play-Based Learning (PBL) Room 105Erica Guerrero EL State of Mind: Administrative Practices for Practical Implementation Henry Garrett Ballroom DGregory Castille The Bilingual Teacher Shortage in Texas: A Look at the Numbers Room 225 EGregory Pulte A Highlight on Teacher Preparation Programs for Diverse Learners Room 225 DSandra Montgomery • Norma A Guzman The Effect of Cooperative Learning on English Language Oral Communication Among Community College Students Room 227Elizabeth Garcia-Leal Celebrando Nuestra Identidad Bicultural/Bilingual: A Case Study on Four Pre-Service BESO Student Officers Henry Garrett Ballroom AVALERIE VELA • BRENDA SOSA • MIRIAM LARA • SOFIA MARTINEZ • Sarah Straub Motivating Young Immigrants and Celebrating Diversity Room 225 AAlexa Yunes
 
Friday, October 18
 

8:15am

Summit k12 Room 225 CMary Alonso Designing Effective Instruction Using Longitudinal Data: The LLAREL Selena RotundaAlba Ortiz • Cheryl Wilkinson • Phyllis Robertson Somos De Los Dos: Enriching Biculturalism Through Mexican American Studies Room 103Magdalena Yznaga • Araceli Manriquez • Andres Lopez • Lucero Saldaña Technology-based Constructionist Centers for Biliteracy in the Dual Language Classroom Room 104Luis Hernandez Una locura de centros para lectura y escritura Room 105Luz Roth Bridge the Gap with Informational Text Room 102Judith Goodman Conferring with Readers: How to Listen to Our Students Rehearsal HallAna Aldrufeu-Madrazo • Janeth Cornejo-Ortiz Teaching Content Areas in the Dual Language Classroom Room 101Jessica Salazar A Critical Lens: Moving from Visualizing to Realizing the Strengths of Developing Bilinguals Henry Garrett Ballroom APATRICIA NUNEZ • Julia Hernández The Intersection of Dual Language and Special Education Henry Garrett Ballroom BCLORIS RANGEL • JOSE MEDINA • Tamara Sanchez Doing Dual Dynamically: Trending Research, Informing Practice Room 106Stephen Fowler Homework in 10 Languages Room 225 BDan McLaughlin Communication Strategies in Face-to-Face Versus Synchronous-Computer-Mediated Interactions between Native Speakers and Learners of English Room 227Angelica Ribeiro Administrative Desire for Strong Connections with English Learners Room 225 ARafael Lara-Alecio • Fuhui Tong • Julia Lynch • Evelina Guerrero • Elisabeth Pugliese • Zhiqing Zhou • Taylor Ludwig • Beverly Irby Building quality Dual Language programs through strategic partnerships. Room 225 DEvangelina Avalos • Carolina Gonzales • Claudia T. Garcia • Adriana Bermea Academic, Linguistic, and Social Benefits of Peer Tutoring Interventions for ELL: Results from a Systematic Review of the Literature Room 225 ELisa Bowman-Perrott Brain Compatible Classroom Practices for Secondary English Learners Room 107Carmen Tejeda-Delgado • Frank Lucido Co-Teaching in the Secondary ESL Classroom: Best Practices that Impact All Students Henry Garrett Ballroom DIan White Literacy Workshop for Secondary Bilingual Students through a Translanguaging Lens Henry Garrett Ballroom CCody Fernandez Platicando Using the Practice-Based Coaching Model in Latinx Teachers' Professional Development Room 226Hilda Medrano • Julia Cuevas

9:30am

Identifying Barriers Impeding Bilingual and ESL Teacher Candidates’ Success on State Licensure Exams Room 225 DCarla Amaro • Luis Rosado K-2 Guided Reading in Spanish: The Essentials Henry Garrett Ballroom BKATIA ZAMORANO • Veronica Rodriguez-Collazo What is so different about developing literacy in Spanish Anyway? Henry Garrett Ballroom CJudith Marquez • Leslie Gauna • Laurie Weaver Emergent Bilinguals and biliteracy pedagogies: Learning Spanish, English and ‘in English’ Room 225 BMyriam Jimena Guerra Colección Ventanas an anthology of authentic Spanish literature books for grades K-6. Designed with fluent Spanish readers in mind, National Geographic Learning introduces fiction from around the Spanish-speaking... Room 102Miguel Gil Finding common ground: Using Latinx literature to foster cohesion in a mixed language classroom. Room 105Margaret Cordova-Aulds Asking the Right Questions – How to Deepen Learning and Language Acquisition for All Students Selena RotundaJoy Van De Hoef Claim-Evidence-Reasoning: Scientific Explanations to Increase Student Voice Room 103Kenn Heydrick Educar con compromiso: How to Effectively Integrate Culturally Relevant Practices into Multiple Content Areas. Room 226Katherine Espinoza I Get It Using Manipulatives To Conquer Math Grades K-2 Room 101Marianela Bowen • Lucy Roblez Reading and Math Mashup: Strategies to help ELLS connect Math and Reading Henry Garrett Ballroom AERICA FINLAYSON • Aida Finlayson Changing Paradigms -Changing lives: Starting a Secondary School Dual Language program from scratch Room 225 AESMERALDA ALDAY • Yesenia Cordova, Principle Brackenridge H.S Improving Spanish Language Development through a PK-12 Dual Language Alignment Design Team Room 107Alejandro Gongora • Pedro Gonzales • Erin Aucion-Barbier • David Kauffman The Best in Blended Learning that Celebrates The Power of B3 Watergarden BLori Smith Translingual partners in early childhood education: Capitalizing on young learners' linguistic repertoire Henry Garrett Ballroom DIliana Alanis • María Arreguín-Anderson A Critical Discussion of how English Learner User Identity can be Shaped and Influenced by Social Media through English as the Lingua Franca Room 225 ERoberto Torres Everyone Wants to Belong Rehearsal HallBetty Cárdenas The Bilingual Brain and Bilingual Learning: NeuroEducation Findings and Applications Room 225 CMaria Diaz • Johanna Esquivel • Pierre Lu Calaveras Literarias/Literary Calaveras: Analyzing Culture and Writing through a Critical Pedagogical Lens Room 104Marco O. Íñiguez Alba El que sabe, sabe: Examining evidence of the instructional use of dichos in the bilingual classroom Room 106Claudia Sanchez

1:45pm

Kamico Room 227 Preparando maestros bilingües a partir de un enfoque centrado en la práctica: Valorando el bilingüismo y luchando por equidad y justicia social Room 226Sandra Musanti Using bilingual mentor sentences and El Dictado to teach grammar and make cross-linguistic connections in English and Spanish. Room 105Paola Pineda Dual Language theDictado Classroom Strategy: enhancing metalanguage connections Room 103Miguel Fonseca Power of Diverse Books: Exploring Counter-narratives in a Dual Language Classroom Henry Garrett Ballroom BIvonne Solano Mapping a Changing World View: Designing Learning Experiences for English Learners in Social Studies Room 104Nicholas Catechis Unlock the Written Word for Everyone: Newsela Room 106Perla Sanchez Two Way Dual Language: From Elementary to Secondary Henry Garrett Ballroom DAnna Moreno • John Garvey • Misty Patureau Campus-based Dual Language Program Development Selena RotundaSandra Valle Advocacy from the Dual Language Classroom and Beyond. Rehearsal HallLeslie Correa Texas Educators’ Understandings of Validating and Affirming Home Language and Culture Room 225 AFuhui Tong • Julia Lynch • Evelina Guerrero • Elisabeth Pugliese • Zhiqing Zhou • Rafael Lara-Alecio Dissecting Complexity through Writing Henry Garrett Ballroom CClaudia Coronado Literacy Essentials: Engagement, Effectiveness and Equity for All English Learners Watergarden BMarisa Russo Noteable Foldables® forEnglish Learners Room 102Michele Staples The Principal Becomes ‘el director de la escuela’ Room 225 DOLIVIA HERNANDEZ • David Garcia Teaching and Living in La Frontera: The Faces of Border Violence Room 107Edith Trevino Building Dual Language Programs through the Community Learning Exchange: A Look at Two Central Texas Public School Districts Henry Garrett Ballroom AMIGUEL GUAJARDO • OLIVIA HERNANDEZ • MONICA VALADEZ • BENJAMIN GRIJALVA • KELLY ALLEN • ESMERALDA ALDAY • Francisco Guajardo

3:15pm

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Putting Data in the Student’s Hands Room 103Omar Quintero • Rebecca Galvan Reading Treasures songs and chants Tesoros de Lectura Room 102Emilia Hotz • Raquel Cantu English Vocabulary Enrichment for English Language Learners in Grades 3-5 Room 101Jessica Salazar • Patsy Robles-Goodwin High School Students’ Attitudes Towards Translanguaging in the Classroom. Room 227Juan Rivas Additive Bilingualism Within ESL Programs Henry Garrett Ballroom DCarlene Thomas Relationships before Learning: Embracing Students’ Identities through the Writing Process Henry Garrett Ballroom CMaria Hernandez-Vaquera • Jessica Alcantara • Ana Rodriguez • Jessica Becerra • Benito Faz-Banda English Language Learners Struggles and Support Room 105Sandra Montgomery Get 'em Talking, Keep 'em Writing! Henry Garrett Ballroom AAngelica Mitchum Maneras efectivas para ensenar vocabulario academico Room 107Lisbeth Banales Educating Pre-Service Teachers about Multicultural Education: Instructional Activities and Teachers' Perception Room 225 DRoya Pashmforoosh The Impact of Virtual Mentoring and Coaching on the Pedagogical Practices of Teachers of English Learners Room 226Rafael Lara-Alecio • Beverly Irby • David Jimenez • Fuhui Tong • Mayra Vargas • Valerie Choron • Alma Velez The Impact of Virtual Professional Development on Teachers of English Learners Room 225 ERafael Lara-Alecio • Beverly Irby • Fuhui Tong • Mayra Vargas • Valerie Choron • Shifang Tang • David Jimenez Desarrollando la lectoescritura Rehearsal HallEdgar Ibarra Desarrollo consiente de la lectoescritura Room 104Rolando Merchán ¡Alégrate con Be GLAD! Estrategias para el lenguaje oral (Be GLAD with GLAD! Strategies for Oral Language Development) Selena RotundaChristine D'Aquanni La importancia del uso de la literatura infantil en la educación de estudiantes Latinx Room 225 CRocio Delgado La Literatura Infantil y Juvenil: Fomentando el Desarrollo de Competencias Socio-culturales y Lingüísticas en un Programa de Preparación Docente Henry Garrett Ballroom BCRISTINA CRUZ WILEY • Higinia Torres Rimbau
 
Saturday, October 19
 

8:30am

10:15am

 


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