Marisol Murillo Garcia, Ahtziri Nataly Granco Lomeli and Liliana Maria Villalobos Gonzalez
Today we live in a dynamic society and where the flow of information and messages is constant and changing, for that reason in the academic and linguistic field we cannot stay in the saga of all these ways of communicating. I just perceive that learning a language should be attractive to students through the methodology of the teacher, where it captures the ways of communicating between interlocutors (interpersonal and digitally speaking)
In this sense I propose interculturality as an approach in addition to a productive and contemporary method to learn a language, using academic tasks, or at least awaken in students a growing motivation.
"An interactive workshop on how to build a routine that encourages full engagement using brain-based strategies that will increase learning time for all students. Also, discover how to add novelty to that routine that increases self-motivation and improves classroom behaviors. Come learn how to activate and build a social network of learning that is responsive to ALL students' needs. This workshop is for all grade levels and staff members. There will be door prizes and access to the presenters Google file full of Brain-Based Strategies."
Professional Development Coordinator in Judson ISD
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All Presenters from the 2017 Conference