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Bilingual Extension Institute
Bilingual Extension Institute 2010
Teachers College, Columbia University
Bilingual SLPs who practice outside of NYS who want to develop their knowledge and skills in providing appropriate services for multilingual and multicultural children and adolescents are welcome.
Director: Catherine J. Crowley, CCC-SLP, J.D., Ph.D.
Wandie Aristilde * Rita Armada-Lombard * Maria Baeza-De La Rosa * Ela Bergamino * Florence Bianco Katherine Canonico * Maria Gabriela Carle * Lisa Chan * Jin Li Chen * Elizabeth Diaz * Angela Gamez
Ela Gdalyahu * Carolyn Granger * Darlene Maldonado * Gina Marchena * Viviana Martinez
Ashok Mavinakere * Yanela Mendez * Celines Miranda * Valentina Mlikota * Richard Mugno *
Menie Pagomenakis * Raquel Payne * Erica Perez-Flowers * Milagros Puelles * Lourdes Quijano
Karina Rendo * Evelina Rodriguez * Allison Rosenfeld * Esperanza Ruiz-Junco * Niki Sangari
Mariela Solis * Marialice Szpigel * Naomi Touvian * Kelly Villavicencio Matos * Lisa Yeung * Irene Zal
Another great group finished the Institute December 2010. This group willingly ventured forward with the moodle site. We used it to post assignments, handouts, readings, etc. In addition, this group was the first ones to work in small groups with the Master Clinicians/Mentors. Some of the technology was challenging especially uploading the videos for review with the mentors.
Times for All Weekends:
Saturdays 9:00-4:00, Sundays 9:30-3:00.
Attendance is mandatory.
3) Funding. NYSED funding to cover up to $3000 in tuition may be available to students who work in schools or 4410 preschools. To apply contacthttp://www.emsc.nysed.gov/biling/iti.htm or email@example.com. Additional funding may be available for current NYCDOE teachers through the Teaching for Tomorrow program of the NYCDOE and NYSED. http://www.teachnycprograms.net/tot/main.php
recognizes the Institute as fufilling the 12 academic credits and clinical hours requirements for the bilingual
If you have any further questions about the application or the Institute,
please contact Catherine Crowley firstname.lastname@example.org
Genesee, F., Paradis, J., & Crago, M. (2004). Dual Language Development and Disorders: A Handbook on
Bilingualism and Second Language Learning. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes. Purchase this required text. For the May 2009 weekend read chapters 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7.