In this second making meaning episode, Anna and Victoria are joined by fellow educator Lillie Ruvalcaba. 

Together they discus how the time with Dr.Socorro Herrera and Dr. Ester de Jong help educators better understand literacy: the noise of an oracy forward classroom; side stepping the curriculum to meet students needs; and harvesting home language to enhance our classrooms. 

The episode is a mix of analysis of episodes 7 and 8 of this series, and ideas for you to consider for your students.

 

Biography-Driven Culturally Responsive Teaching: Honoring Race, Ethnicity, and Personal History 3rd Edition by Socorro G. Herrera (Author), Geneva Gay (Foreword) https://www.amazon.com/Biography-Driven-Culturally-Responsive-Teaching-Ethnicity/dp/0807766488/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1FZL43LIXLTH0&keywords=Socorro+Herrera&qid=1667332612&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIyLjMxIiwicXNhIjoiMS41MCIsInFzcCI6IjEuMDAifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=socorro+herrera%2Caps%2C127&sr=8-1 

 

Foundations for Multilingualism in Education: From Principles to Practice https://www.amazon.com/Foundations-Multlingualism-Education-Principles-Practice/dp/193400006X 

 

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