Keynote Address8:30-9:30 Session 1 (9:40-10:30) Session 2 (10:40-11:00) (Short sessions) Session 3 (11:10-12:00) Lunch Session 4 (1:35-2:25) Session 5 (2:35-3:25)
Think 5 Multisensory Reading and Writing: An Instructional Framework – A/E -Kristin Perry Guided Reading: A Gateway to Improving ESL Students Literacy Skills – A/C – Lin Niu Middle School & Secondary IS Meeting Academic Language Demonstration – E/M – Ann Mabbott Teach English Abroad as an English Language Fellow – C/A – Brian Skelton
Think 4 The 2013 Minnesota Legislature and its Impact on English Learner Teachers and Students

-E/TE – Jan Alswager Save Our School: Improving Math Mastery for Public School ELLs – E/T – Rebecca Konz Elementary IS Meeting Social Justice Themes: Helping ELL Students See the Big Picture – S/C – Debbie Hadas, Steven Lonning Progress-Monitoring for EL Success – E/M – Rita Platt
Think 3 Sentence Frames from Two Perspectives – S/M – Laura Byard, Ina Ziegler Reading Music Videos: Intertextual Themes in the L2 Classroom – C/S – Lara Olson College IS Meeting How to teach your first online class – TE/C – John Madden Letting Go: into the classroom and away from old habits – E/TE – Jackie Smith
Think 2 Pre-academic Summer Transition Programs: Lessons Learned and Best Practices – C/A – Nancy Pederson, Pilar Eble, Leslie Gubash Acquiring Diverse Voices: Improving Pronunciation through Mirroring & Acting-C/S- Kate Clements How Music Advances Second Language Learning – E/TE – Annette Gagliardi, Ron Gustafson Let’s Reunite: The Power of Poetry for Somali Newcomers – M/S – Mary Beth Groff, Cecelia Maria Laden, Abdullahi Abshir
Think 1 What’s the Best Approach to Teaching EAP? – C/S – Mike Bennett Reflective Tutoring Support for L2 Writers – C/S – Dale Lemke, Josiah Enns, Ying Wei Fu, Rachel Kieffer, Molly Vang, Peter Yang Adult IS Meeting Using Collaborative Online Media to Increase Student Agency and Community – C/A – Justin Haring Second Language Learners-The Value in Voiced Text – E/TE – Denise Serna
Inventor 1 Students with Limited/Interrupted Formal Schooling: What does the literature say? – S – Sarah Schmidt de Carranza Are ELLs wasting time or learning anything while using computers? – E/TE – Ho Ryong Park Teacher Ed l IS Meeting Pragmatics-based lessons for low-level adult ELLs – A/S – Rhonda Petree Introduction to Google Apps in (ESL) Education – S/E – Elizabeth Dillard, Miranda L. Schornack
Inventor 2 Science, Social Studies & Literacy: A successful Connection – E/M – Linda Linnen Conversation Circles: Letting Students’ Voices Emerge – A/C – Erin Evans Building Academic Literacy for the transitions to college success – C/S – Robin Murie Proficiency: A Diverse and Dynamic Construct – C/A – Michael Schwartz
Inventor 3 Pocket Full of Learning: Cell Phones in the Adult Classroom – A/C – Burgen Young Pre-teaching Vocabulary: Tips and Tools – C/S – Linda Green Fostering Critical Thinking and Language Skills through Art – A/C – Carstens Smith, Suzanne Donsky Digging into the meaning of complex texts with grammar tools – A/C – Bonnie Swierzbin
Pathways What have we learned from the first year of WIDA implementation? – E – Jennifer Leazer ELD Stages of Implementation – E/TE – Ruslana Westerlund A Teacher Educator’s View of Teaching and Learning in Vietnam – TE/A – Betsy Parrish
Pinnacle Ballroom Keynote follow-up