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Movement in East Asia
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7/24/2016 10:56:52 PM

iverdin
iverdin
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Hello everyone, my name is Ivett Verdín. I'm a Spanish teacher at Mary Star of the Sea High School in San Pedro. This is the third seminar I attend, I've learned a lot from the two previous ones and I'm sure this opportunity will be as great and enriching as the other ones. I'm looking forward to this week of great professors and amazing material.
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7/24/2016 11:35:21 PM

nramon
nramon
Posts: 90
Subject: Hello!
  • My name is Natalí and I have been a social science teacher for the past four years. This year, I will be teaching Spanish in Boyle Heights at Mendez High School. I have a love for empowering young people, social justice, learning, and traveling which makes teaching enjoyable and fulfilling. What brings me to this seminar is my interest in helping to transform my students into socially conscious global citizens. I have participated in the fall and spring seminar of the past year, and I am excited to be back to learn more about East Asia. I have also been lucky enough to do some traveling in Asia (twice in China, Japan, and India). I am excited to learn more about the region, and to connect with all of you.

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7/25/2016 7:54:22 AM

cindyn
cindyn
Posts: 33
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Morning!
My name is Cindy Nguyen and I am very excited to be in the Summer Seminar. This upcoming school year will be my 11th year as a Social Science teacher with LAUSD. I am really looking forward to this seminar and all the resources I will receive to hopefully include in my curriculum this year.
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7/25/2016 7:58:09 AM

mcervantes
mcervantes
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Hi, my name is Mary. I am a secondary teacher at Kennedy HS. I was very fortunate to travel to China immediately after they hosted the Olympics. It was beautiful.
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7/25/2016 8:11:10 AM

nminassian
nminassian
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Hello, my name is Nune Minassian. I am a secondary Special Day Program Geometry teacher. I am fascinated with Chinese culture, and eager to learn anything about it.
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7/25/2016 8:11:17 AM

yreynoso
yreynoso
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Hello Colleagues! My name is Yolanda Reynoso. I'm a Resource teacher at Kennedy High School. I am very excited to learn as much as I can about Asia/China's culture, religion, gastronomy, history, and traditions, so I could transmite this knowledge to my students. I know this seminar will be enriching and unforgettable.
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7/25/2016 9:55:14 AM

njimenez
njimenez
Posts: 58
Subject: Intro. Nancy Jimenez
Hello,

My name is Nancy Jimenez and I am a visual art teacher teaching at Los Angeles Leadership Academy in East LA. I currently teach Art 1, Art 2 and AP Studio Art. I recently participated in the previous seminar class called Origins from 1800’s in East Asia which has lead me to take this class. Excited to continue learning.
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7/25/2016 10:58:43 AM

kluna
kluna
Posts: 82
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Hi Everyone!
My name is Kriztian Luna and I am teaching at Nava College Prep Academy in South LA. At NCPA, I teach Ethnic Studies and U.S. History. I took the last 2 seminars and really enjoyed them; therefore, I am back for round 3! I can’t wait to learn more and to meet some amazing educators.
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8/1/2016 8:26:30 PM

gmora
gmora
Posts: 23
Subject: Teach India
Hi,

Here is the link for the program we talked about. http://www.cla.csulb.edu/projects/historyproject/programs/current-programs/
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