OCDE Project GLAD® 
AIM4S³ Hybrid Institute

June 7 - 8 

Hotel Albuquerque 

June 7, 2022

Session I • 9:30 am – 11:00 am MST

Learning About GLAD® by Doing GLAD®: Jump into Strategies that Directly Teach Content

In-Person (live stream)

Ballroom A

Samantha Kuchen

Kindergarten Teacher

Arrey Elementary

An interactive seminar that will tell you about GLAD® strategies and show how they are implemented. Learn the engaging methods that GLAD® implements to benefit students. Explore the Graphic Organizer, Big Books, and Chants/Poetry.

Project GLAD®

Elementary: K-5th grades

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Let's Learn the Art of Instructional Dance!

In-Person (live stream)

Ballroom B

Kathleen Salgado

PD Coordinator, Project GLAD� Field Consultant

DLeNM

Consider an elegant dance composed of a lively, yet steady, triple beat… three planning steps, three instructional movements, three exceptional outcomes. Learn to compose a meaningful lesson, which I envision as a, “GLAD® Minuet”. A GLAD® Minuet focuses on making content comprehensible and moving students through all domains of language. It can be as slow or as quick as you design, whatever your preference. The GLAD® Minuet will make your planning a breeze; your instruction effortless and provide access; equity and relevance for ALL your students. This session is great for teachers that want to “do GLAD®” but, have limited instructional time. Secondary, special education, itinerant OR any teacher whose schedule is too tight for a full GLAD® unit, come fill your dance card and join us for a GLAD® Minuet!

Project GLAD®

K-12: applicable across grade levels

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Chants in the Early Childhood Classroom

In-Person (live stream)

Ballroom C

Laurie K. Magill

Preschool GLAD Trainer

DLeNM

Ines P�rez

Chants and Songs are an important and engaging strategy in the toolbox of the Early Childhood Educator to help teach oral language, vocabulary, and content to their youngest learners. In this workshop, we will share ways Chants and Songs can be designed to enhance first and second language development using vocabulary from units you are already teaching in your classroom.

Project GLAD®

Early Childhood: K - 1st grade

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Mathematics: Going from Surface Learning to a Deeper Understanding

In-Person (live stream)

Ballroom F

Erin Mayer

AIM4S3™ Developer/ Classroom Teacher

DLeNM

So what does it take to understand mathematics? Come explore how to move students from surface learning to strong conceptual learning that leads to strategic competence and procedural fluency. Support students in truly owning the mathematics. This will be an interactive presentation targeting K-8 teachers based on John Van de Walle's work and incorporating the CCSS mathematical practices.

AIM4Scubed™ Math Framework

Elementary: K-8

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Making Math Accessible for our Secondary Students

Virtual ONLY

Lisa Meyer

Director of Instructional Equity / AIM4S3� Math Developer

DLeNM

Join DLeNM's math trainer team for a brief overview of our math framework, AIM4S3™, and for a deeper dive into sheltering math instruction to increase mathematical discourse and accessibility for our language learners and students who struggle with math. During the session, we will analyze classroom video from middle school classrooms. Participants will identify sheltering strategies in action with students and walk away with instructional moves that they can use routinely during instruction. This could be applicable for any secondary content teachers looking for a deeper understanding of sheltering.

AIM4Scubed™ Math Framework

Secondary: 6th-12th grades

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A Primer on Intersectionality: How Students with Intersectional Identities are Multiply Impacted

Virtual ONLY

Shengxiao "Sole" Yu

Founder and Social Justice Educator

Nectar

This workshop will serve as an introduction to the concept of intersectionality with a focus on how it specifically impacts educational settings. Many students in multilingual learning environments also carry other social identities, including race, gender, immigration status, class, among many others. The combination of various social identities produces unique lived experiences where students are often impacted by multiple systems of inequity and oppression. Presenter Shengxiao Sole will combine storytelling with a framework for understanding intersectionality and guide participants through discussions and reflections. Participants will emerge with a deeper understanding that will guide them in creating more equitable and supportive learning environments.

Math and Equity Lens

K-12: applicable across grade levels

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