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Supporting PreK-8 Multilingual Students and Their Families

Monday, July 15, 2024 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Supporting PreK-8 Multilingual Students and Their Families

Presented by David Nungaray, Bilingual Consulting Partner, TNTP

Sponsored by ClassDojo

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Multilingual students are the fastest-growing student population in the United States. Are your school and district creating a supportive environment where these students and their families have the best opportunity to succeed? Join this edWebinar to hear from expert David Nungaray, Bilingual Consulting Partner from TNTP.

In this practical session, you learn strategies to better engage and support your multilingual student and family community. Key topics covered include:

  • Creating a welcoming school climate for multilingual families during back-to-school time
  • Effective year-round family engagement strategies and common pitfalls to avoid
  • How to monitor what’s working through various methods
  • Leadership strategies to train and coach teachers in multilingual support

You gain a wealth of real-world examples and useful resources. All viewers also receive an exclusive toolkit with customizable templates, activities, and more to kickstart your multilingual family initiatives. Additionally, you learn how the free ClassDojo platform can engage families across 130+ languages with two-way instant language translation and other multilingual support.

Don’t miss this opportunity to set your multilingual students and families up for success! This recorded edWebinar is of interest to PreK-8 school and district leaders focused on family engagement, student support, multilingual/English learner programs, and educational equity.

David Nungaray

About the Presenter

David Nungaray is a Bilingual Consulting Partner at TNTP, a national nonprofit that was founded by educators over 25 years ago. Last year, TNTP partnered with over 6,000 local education agencies and multiple state education agencies across 39 states. TNTP is focused on creating multiple pathways for young people to achieve academic, economic, and social mobility. Currently, David oversees education partnerships in California, Texas, Nevada, and Alaska. He has led teams focused on partnering with districts on strategic planning, (bi)literacy visioning and implementation, dual language supports, family engagement, and statewide high-quality instructional materials adoption. Prior to TNTP, David served as the principal of one of the flagship dual language schools in a school district in Texas. David also helped launch a Senate Bill 1882 partnership with the University of Texas at San Antonio, which supports a dual language teacher residency model. He began his career as a dual language teacher.

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