Ceci Gomez-Galvez (she.her.ella)
Ceci (she.her.ella) is a collaborator, coach and advocate who empowers educators to create equitable learning opportunities for all language learners. Born and raised in Guatemala City, Ceci grew up in a unique bilingual household nurtured by her parents who valued languages equally. Inspired by her own upbringing and her extensive experience in international schools, Ceci now leads a support program for multilingual learners based on practices which ensure culturally responsive teaching and equitable access. You can connect with Ceci through her professional portfolio cgomez.mystrikingly.com and follow her on Twitter @cecigomez_g.
Creating Equitable Access for Multilingual Learners
This session highlights the importance of language equity beyond the classroom walls.
Building and Sustaining Linguistic Equity
This session aims to equip participants with a comprehensive linguistic equity toolkit to use in their classrooms.
Language Equity: Redefining our Language Learning Practices to Empower Multilinguals
This keynote will be followed by a panel discussion: Spotlight on Linguistic Equity in International Schools where Ceci will lead a panel of teachers of MLLs and leaders of international schools to tackle some of the big questions around linguistic equity practices in their communities.
Content Creation to Support Multilinguals in Virtual & Physical School Settings.
This will be a share out/hands-on session where I’ll be showcasing a vast collection of iPad tools to empower multilinguals in all grade levels
Empowering Student Voice: Using Flipgrid, Podcasts & Social Media to Showcase Young Voices
Join me for a deep exploration of tools to empower, amplify and champion student voices of all ages, backgrounds and mother tongues.
Growing Young Writers through Illustration Study
Illustration study empowers students to tell their stories the way they see them in their mind. Based on the illustration work of Katie Wood Ray and Sylvia Duckworth, teachers will learn how to use an illustration study to teach young writers that their pictures hold meaning.