102: Multilingual Students in our Classes: What do Faculty Want and Need to Know

    Presenters: Angela Dadak (CAS-Literature/Writing Studies), Sarah Knowles (CAS-World Languages and Cultures/TESOL), Kaitlyn Onyeukwu (CAS-World Languages and Cultures/ELTA) & Polina Vinogradova (CAS-World Languages and Cultures/TESOL)

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    Time: 9:55 AM – 11:10 AM

    Session Description In response to requests for additional support, CAS has convened a working group to develop resources that aim to support faculty working with multilingual students. The presenters will discuss faculty needs and questions, give a preview of the resources they are developing, and share practical tips and activities for working with multilingual students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Session attendees will be invited to offer feedback and elaborate on the type of support and resources they would like to see this group develop.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify resources to meet the needs of multilingual students in their classes
    • Explain how supporting multilingual students offers support to all students in the class
    • Integrate multilingual student support in their courses
    • Explore areas for further faculty support regarding their work with multilingual students

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