August 2018, Issue 13
Deadline for Multilingual Educator • CABE's BEST • CABE 2019 • CA EL Roadmap
CABE 2019 • 3 Invitations from Californians Together • Plaza Comunitaria • Comic Corner
Summer Spanish DLI Institute • CABE Binational Project GLAD ® • GLOBAL CA 2030
Cuisine for Contemplation • Call for Proposals for Commercial Presentations
Only 6 more days to let your voice be heard!

Local News Agencies in Tijuana Highlight
 CABE Binational OCDE Project GLAD ® Program,
CABE's Cross-border Partnership with 
Sistema Educativo Estatal (SEE) de Baja California
and Project GLAD ® National Training Center

Artículo y videos abajo en español
"Secretarías de Educación
de BC y CA promueven programas bilingües..."
Entrevista con la CEO de CABE, la Presidente de la Mesa Directiva de CABE, Superintendente de Chula Vista Elementary School District y Secretario de Educación de Baja California.
00:00 CEO Corea
03:33 Secretario Mendoza Gonzålez
07:47 Superintendente Escobedo 10:50 Presidente Ortega Lampkin
CNR TV Noticias
 El Secretario de Educación y Bienestar Social, Miguel Ángel Mendoza González, encabeza la Certificación Binacional de Estrategias Pedagógicas GLAD-CABE.
The CABE BEST Program:
First Year + First Cohort = First Evidence of Growth
by Dr. Ivannia Soto,
CABE Professional Development Specialist and BEST Program Director
The inaugural Bilingual Educator Strategic Training (BEST) teacher cohort, whose purpose was to prepare teachers with bilingual authorizations for Dual Immersion success, was launched in March 2018 and completed in July 2018, with 16 participants from across California.

The CABE BEST Program , through generous funding from the Sobrato Foundation , was designed as a cohort-study program that included key professional development, coaching and support, online learning experiences, and access to CABE professional development opportunities.

Participants completed both a pre-and post-dual immersion survey at the beginning and end of the program, as well as reflected on their learning at the end of the professional development experience. The results of both assessments were overwhelmingly positive. The survey, constructed by the authors of the text,  Teaching for Biliteracy , which participants studied over the course of the professional development series, included 21 items.  
On all 21 items, participants demonstrated growth in all areas due to the strategic professional development provided. The greatest growth occurred for the items “ I feel most comfortable speaking and writing Spanish in academic situations ” and “ I understand [dual] language learners
The Impressive Impact of Pl@za Comunitaria
It's a Banner Year for
Plaza Comunitaria in 2017-2018!

Expansion of the program is partially fueled by IME Becas (scholarships from the Instituto de los mexicanos en el exterior), and has resulted in an increase in the number of locations, students, and graduates. According to the CABE Final Report to IME...

"the transformation in the individual lives of each participant is moving and inspirational as we observe the impact of continuing education on each participant's life—from age 16 to over 70 years of age."
Moving Testimonials from Two Participants, Joel & Hortencia
"...al estar estudiando me siento más productivo y motivado a seguir adelante. Mis planes son terminar mi preparatoria con ayuda de este programa y volver a México para continuar con la universidad ."
Three Not-To-Be-Missed Opportunities
offered by
"Brain Friendly Teaching for Language Development"

 Dr. Spencer Kagan • October 16 th

"Languages Bring Californians Together"
20th Anniversary of Steadfast Advocacy for Californians Together"
Workshops across the state:

  "Educator Support
for Immigrant and Refugee Students."  
 
Visit our new webpage for...
  • Links to CDE English Learner Roadmap site
  • Palm cards in English & Spanish
  • Videos
  • PowerPoint presentation
  • Rubrics
  • ...and more!
A Message for the CABE Network from the
I wanted to let CABE and its network know about some webinars that are coming up,  conducted in Spanish , for parents to learn how to use Britannica Escolar when working with their children on homework and other education/family projects. (Britannica Escolar is the Spanish-language version of Encyclopedia Britannica’s K-6 and middle school resources; entries are written in Spanish, not auto-translated.)

You’ll see the listings on this calendar here, near the end of the list (mid-late Sept): https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r?cid=Ym11MGdoNGRmNTBwOXBtZWZsdG9hbHZzcDBAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ             

(I’m working on updating the description with the Spanish, as well as the English. But, please feel free to include this in your network.)
If this project from the State Library is new to you, please look here for more information about what’s being provided:


We hope you can share the information through your network.

Mary Beth Barber
Special Projects and Assistant to the State Librarian
California State Library 
W hile most workshop proposal deadlines have already come and gone, we're still accepting CABE 2019 proposals
for commercial presentations.

Deadline: October 26, 2018
Torlakson Launches New Initiative

I n r esponse to voters passing Propoition 58, Global California 2030 will expand the teaching of world languages and the number of students proficient in more than one language over the next twelve years. 
Learn more about GLOBAL CA 2030:

Comic Corner
From there to here and here to there, funny things are everywhere.
—Dr. Seuss
We ❤️ multilingual meetings!
Comic retrieved from iclipart.com subscription`