UEEP presentation at CIES 2022

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April 19, 2022
We are pleased to have successfully presented our three-session panel re: UEEP. A copy of the chat is available below.

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 09:50 PM

Dian is her natural habitat.

*Dina

From Azima Toyirova to Everyone 09:51 PM

😍

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 09:53 PM

Thanks, Ana!

From Azima Toyirova to Everyone 10:04 PM

Welcome Denae

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 10:04 PM

Thank you!

From Azima Toyirova to Me (Direct Message) 10:05 PM

Let’s start

From Dina Vyortkina to Everyone 10:19 PM

Greetings. Could you please mute yourself if you are not presenting? Thank you.

From Azima Toyirova to Everyone 10:37 PM

https://t.me/UzbekistanEducationforExcellence

The program telegram channel

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:03 PM

Zoom. Teams.

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 11:03 PM

Zoom and Teams

From Aida Amirova to Everyone 11:03 PM

Skype

From Lisa Horvath to Everyone 11:03 PM

Google Meet

From Robert Lengacher to Everyone 11:03 PM

Zoom, Google Meet, Teams, WebEx

From Azima Toyirova to Everyone 11:03 PM

TEAMS, google,zoom

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:03 PM

Google Meet

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 11:03 PM

Signal

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:03 PM

SKype

From Gulnoz Nadjemidinova to Everyone 11:03 PM

Google meet

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:03 PM

Facebook video chat

From Dilfuza Karimova RTI-International to Everyone 11:03 PM

Telegram even

Me to Azima Toyirova (Direct Message) 11:03 PM

blue jeans, teams, zoom

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 11:04 PM

1990

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:04 PM

2010

From Robert Lengacher to Everyone 11:04 PM

1963

From Dilfuza Karimova RTI-International to Everyone 11:04 PM

1950s

From Aida Amirova to Everyone 11:04 PM

2012

From Susan Iannuzzi to Everyone 11:04 PM

1968

From Gulnoz Nadjemidinova to Everyone 11:04 PM

1990

Me to Azima Toyirova (Direct Message) 11:04 PM

1960

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 11:04 PM

2000

From Azima Toyirova to Everyone 11:04 PM

Susan Congratulations

From Robert Lengacher to Everyone 11:04 PM

I was only off by 1 year!

From Gulnoz Nadjemidinova to Everyone 11:04 PM

unbelievable!

From Azima Toyirova to Everyone 11:05 PM

And Rob🍫

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 11:05 PM

Amazing

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:05 PM

I was not born

From Dina Vyortkina to Everyone 11:18 PM

Diigo link: https://www.diigo.com/outliner/40vkdd/Videoconferencing?key=dg8q3s1srl

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 11:25 PM

Getting my questions into the space -> 1. Which two districts? I’m assuming Tashkent region, but what’s the other? 2. Is the MoE planning to align the national exams to the new standards? 3. Is the MASSIVE amount of PD planned for this summer already part of teaching in-service? 4. How does the new EFL roll-out intersect with Russian language instruction?

From Laureen Fregeau, (she, her) to Everyone 11:27 PM

Do any of you include native English speaker conversation partner activities through videoconferencing? If so, has this been successful?

From Aida Amirova to Everyone 11:28 PM

Thank you for amazing talks! Good luck. Have you considered conducting interventions comparing Uzbek language arts and typical textbooks? e.g., measuring learning gains. That would maybe show clear distinction between two textbooks.

From Laureen Fregeau, (she, her) to Everyone 11:29 PM

Thanks. I have been successfully doing this for more than a decade but with secondary and post secondary.

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 11:31 PM

Laureen, great question. Yes, this would be an excellent activity for teachers to implement in the classroom. Internet access could be an issue for some.

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:05 PM

I was not born

From Dina Vyortkina to Everyone 11:18 PM

Diigo link: https://www.diigo.com/outliner/40vkdd/Videoconferencing?key=dg8q3s1srl

From Denae Harmon (she/her) to Everyone 11:25 PM

Getting my questions into the space -> 1. Which two districts? I’m assuming Tashkent region, but what’s the other? 2. Is the MoE planning to align the national exams to the new standards? 3. Is the MASSIVE amount of PD planned for this summer already part of teaching in-service? 4. How does the new EFL roll-out intersect with Russian language instruction?

From Laureen Fregeau, (she, her) to Everyone 11:27 PM

Do any of you include native English speaker conversation partner activities through videoconferencing? If so, has this been successful?

From Aida Amirova to Everyone 11:28 PM

Thank you for amazing talks! Good luck. Have you considered conducting interventions comparing Uzbek language arts and typical textbooks? e.g., measuring learning gains. That would maybe show clear distinction between two textbooks.

From Laureen Fregeau, (she, her) to Everyone 11:29 PM

Thanks. I have been successfully doing this for more than a decade but with secondary and post secondary.

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 11:31 PM

Laureen, great question. Yes, this would be an excellent activity for teachers to implement in the classroom. Internet access could be an issue for some.

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:32 PM

Availability of hardware might be another issue to consider.

From Laureen Fregeau, (she, her) to Everyone 11:32 PM

It s for my partners in Latin America and KEnya but we manage to adapt.

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 11:32 PM

This would also be helpful to develop intercultural communication competence.

From Robert Lengacher to Everyone 11:32 PM

“Writing” = Taking dictation

From Ana H Marty to Everyone 11:32 PM

Composition

From Ramin Yazdanpanah to Everyone 11:33 PM

learn more about your work!

From Joke Van Belle – VVOB to Everyone 08:03 AM

I need to leave, unfortunately. Thanks for the interesting presentation; there are many learnings coming out of your research. If possible, please send the presentation so I can read it afterwards? joke.vanbelle@vvob.org

From Dho Ong Jhaan to Everyone 08:17 AM

Speaking from Myanmar, when it comes to teaching of and in local languages here one issue has been a shortage of teachers (both Preservice and Inservice) who have literacy skills in the mother tongues of the students due to the lack of support over the past few decades. To what extent this is an issue in this context – do the preservice teachers have literacy skills in the respective local language(s) upon entry or are they provided with additional literacy courses throughout their training?

From Barbara Trudell to Everyone 08:19 AM

Thanks, presenters! I have to go – but well done.

From psowa@rti.org to Everyone 08:20 AM

Thanks Barbara

From Carol Benson to Everyone 08:26 AM

Thanks everyone for your great work as reported today! Have you been able to do anything in PST to address the need for continued development of L1 literacy? (Beyond the “early grades” I mean.) I’m worried about not only initial literacy but also how this foundation contributes to interlinguistic transfer. I’m also worried that “translanguaging” becomes unsystematic mixing rather than PEDAGOGICAL translanguaging (e.g. Cenoz & Gorter)— using languages purposefully. Thank you!

From psowa@rti.org to Everyone 08:28 AM

of Garcia, Cenoz and Garter