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Open Classroom | Strategies to Support Multilingual Learning in U.S. Schools

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Presented by:
Carine Allaf, PhD
Senior Programs Advisor, Qatar Foundation International,

Cindy Brantmeier, PhD
Professor of Applied Linguistics, Washington University in St. Louis

Cyril Bennouna, MPH
PhD Candidate in Political Science at Brown University and SALaMA Consultant

Katie Aslan, MSW, LMSW
Director of Outreach and Public Programs, MENA Studies Center at the University of Texas at Austin

Jeremy Aldrich, PhD
Director of Teaching and Learning, Harrisonburg City Public Schools

Join us for a moderated round table panel discussion as we highlight practitioners’ current strategies to support multilingual students and researchers’ emerging evidence-based practices. The objective of the SALaMA Webinar Series is to disseminate findings from the Study of Adolescent Lives after Migration to America while engaging with educators, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers who are dedicated to implementing innovative, community-based approaches in support of Arabic-speaking newcomers and other multilingual student populations across the United States.