Connecting Multilingual Students via #ECGC16

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Representing student voice at this year’s past EdCamp Global Classroom event was an absolute privilege. As my first publicly available Spanish presentation, I was a bit nervous as to how the night would turn out. However, gaining the support of my teachers, friends, and educators from around the would reassured me that the presentation would turn out well.

When I was initially presented with the opportunity to represent student voice at the #ECGC16 Event, I was trilled to be given a platform on which I could share my ideas with the Spanish-speaking world. As the majority of my presentations are in English, it was truly rewarding to know that my ideas for a reformed, more innovative student-centered classroom were reaching the Spanish and Hispanic demographics as well.

Thank you to all of those who tuned in to the presentation and shared your thoughts with me via Twitter. If you would like to check out my presentation, “Buscame por Google- Se Reto” (Google Me- I Dare You), please check out the YouTube Embed below.

 

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