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|Title: ||Episode 2: Diane Torres-Velásquez on diverse learners.|
|Authors: ||Torres-Velásquez, Diane|
|Issue Date: ||23-Apr-2009|
|Publisher: ||IRIS Center (Vanderbilt University)|
|Series/Report no.: ||The IRIS Center|
|???metadata.dc.subject.lcsh???: ||Multicultural education|
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers
Mathematics -- Study and teaching
|Description: ||Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in M4A file: "The IRIS Center - The IRIS Center - Podcasts - Episode 2: Diane Torres-Velásquez on diverse learners. - Diane Torres-Velásquez discusses some of the cultural differences among English learners and ways in which teachers can anchor math instruction so that it is culturally relevant.
Questions asked Diane Torres-Velásquez in this audio:
Professor Torres-Velásquez, I'd like to begin by asking your thoughts about some of the differences among English learners.
Can you address a few of the ways that a teacher can anchor math instruction so that it is relevant for all English learners?"|
|Appears in Collections:||The IRIS Center|
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