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Dr. LeMoine’s 2021 Schedule


Educational Seminars, Courses, and Learning Institutes, and Speaker Engagements.

Dr. LeMoine's NEW BOOK
Academic Language Mastery_Culture in Context

Academic Language Mastery_Culture in Context

ISBN-13: 978-1506337159/
ISBN-10: 15063371555
A SAGE Publishing Company
Language English
Paperback
List price $24.95
Kindle
List price $23.70

Educational Seminars, Conferences, Learning Institutes, and Speaker Engagements

January 8, 2021
Rialto Unified School District Rialto, California
Dr. LeMoine Presenting: Seminar I “Shifting Paradigms & Building New Schemas for Educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse SEL Students”

January 20, 2021
Hempstead High School Hempstead, New York
Dr. LeMoine Presenting Seminar II “Culturally Responsive Instruction: Part II Transforming Perceptions, Pedagogy, and Practice in Educating African American and Other Underperforming SEL Populations”

February 8, 2021
Rialto Unified School District Rialto, California
Dr. LeMoine Presenting: Seminar II “Shifting Paradigms & Building New Schemas for Educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse SEL Students”

March 25-26, 2021
California Association of Bilingual Educators Annual Conference Los Angeles, California
Dr. LeMoine Featured Speaker “Essential Knowledge for Teaching Standard English Learners (SELs): Assuring Equity and Access through Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Instruction”

April 28-29, 2021
Rochester NY, Teacher Center 21th Institute on Teaching and Learning Informed by Cultural Knowledge
Dr. LeMoine Conducting Professional Growth Seminar: “Language Variation and Learning: Why African American Students Aren’t Successful in American Schools”

May 5, 2021
Rochester NY, City School District & Rochester NY, Teacher Center
Dr. LeMoine Conducting Teacher Education Seminar: “A Guide to Advancing Language and Literacy Acquisition in African American and Other Standard English Learner Populations”

Seminars & Workshops

Keynote Addresses, Seminars, Workshops and Teacher Training Institutes are designed to the specifications of the requesting school, district, or organization.  Listed below are topics that can be presented or modified to meet the specific needs and desired outcomes of the client.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS TITLES:

  1. Standard English Learners: The Overlooked and Underserved Language Minority
  2. Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Instruction: Transforming Perceptions, Pedagogy and Practice
  3. Language Variation and Learning:  Why African American Students aren't Successful in American Schools
  4. Linguistically Responsive Instruction: Powerful Pedagogy for Advancing Learning in African American and other Standard English Learner Populations

SEMINAR/WORKSHOP TITLES:  *Tiles can be revised to address specific student populations

  1. Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Instruction: Powerful Pedagogy for Advancing Learning in Underachieving Students
  2. Advancing Language Acquisition and Learning in African American Standard English Learners (SELs)
  3. Closing the Achievement Gap: Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Instruction
  4. Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Instruction: Transforming Perceptions, Pedagogy and Practice in the Education of Underperforming Minority Students
  5. Shifting Paradigms and Building New Schemas for Educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students: Instructional Strategies that Work"
    Language Variation and Literacy Acquisition in African American Students: Improving Instruction and Increasing Learning
  6. Non-Biased Assessment of SELs: The Significance of Culture and Language in Differential Diagnosis (Audience: School Psychologists and Speech Pathologists)
  7. Linguistically Responsive Instruction: Strategies for Advancing Language, Literacy and Learning in African American and other underperforming students
  8. Academic English Mastery: Implementing a Program for Standard English Learners Best Practices for Improving Academic Achievement in Underperforming Students: What the Research says
  9. Language Acquisition, Literacy and Teaching Children of African Ancestry

TIME REQUIRED:  2 -6 Hours, (2 hrs. = minimum time required for Workshop)
(1
½ hours = minimum time required for keynote address)

TARGET AUDIENCE:    Teachers, Administrators, Coaches, Paraeducators, Speech-Language Pathologists, Psychologists, Resource Teachers, Reading Specialists, Special Education Teachers, Principals, Board Members, etc.

PRESENTATION FORMAT:  Lecture/Interactive discussion/ active engagement/ Video clips

MATERIALS:  Presentation Handout / Reading references/ Reflection protocols

AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:  LCD Projector & Screen, Sound Speakers & microphone (prefer hand held)