Tag Archives: intercultural bilingual education

Amawta Justina Nuñez Nuñez Niwanku Educación Intercultural Bilingüemanta Cuscopi

Rimasun - educación intercultural bilingüe - 1Kay audiopi, iskay estudiantekunaq sutin Emily Thompson, Charlie Uruchima, ima, rimanku amawta Justina Nuñez Nuñezwan Cuscopi. Pay llank’an escuela Pukllasunchispi. Kaypi kinsantin rimanku educación intercultural bilingüemanta Perupi.

Rimasun - educación intercultural bilingüe En este audio, la Profesora Justina Nuñez Nuñez de la escuela Pukllasunchis en Cusco habla con los estudiantes Emily Thompson y Charlie Uruchima sobre la educación intercultural bilingüe en el Perú.

In this podcast, Justina Nuñez Nuñez, a professor from the Pukllasunchis school in Cusco, talks to students Emily Thompson and Charlie Uruchima about intercultural bilingual education in Peru.


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K-12 Educator Series Explores US/Mexico Relations

Indocumentales/Undocumentaries: the US/Mexico Interdependent Film Series Indocumentales/Undocumentaries: the US/Mexico Interdependent Film Series Early this past December, CLACS and what moves you? hosted a series of two K-12 Educator Workshops which focused on two films from the Indocumentales / Undocumentaries US-Mexico Film Series. The December 5th event included a screening of Farmingville; and the December 14th workshop focused on the film Which Way Home.

The events featured an introduction to CLACS resources for educators about Mexico- U.S. issues, followed by a film screening. Educators then had the opportunity to discuss the issues addressed in the film with colleagues and what moves you? facilitators. These workshops opened a space for educators to discuss current events, and how film can be used to teach Mexico-U.S. relations in the classroom.

FarmingvilleFarmingville, a 2004 film by Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini, documents the attempted murders of two Mexican day-laborers in Long Island. The movie features first-hand accounts from residents, day-laborers and activists, and underscores the continuing relevance of undocumented immigrant issues. Which Way Home, a 2009 film by Rebecca Cammisa, focuses on immigrant children from Honduras, El Salvador and Mexico, who must overcome tremendous odds in their journey to the U.S.

These are two of many K-12 events that are part of the CLACS K-12 Outreach Program. Learn more about CLACS K-12 Outreach on the CLACS website. You can also sign-up to our K-12 Outreach email list, which will send you notices only about K-12 educator-related events and programs.

CLACS and ILAS Collaborate on Intercultural Bilingual Education Conference

Carmen Martinez from the University of Kentucky discusses "Indigenous and Modern Knowledges in Intercultural Education in Ecuador"

On October 6 and 7th, CLACS and ILAS at Columbia University co-hosted a conference at Teacher’s College on, “Reconstructing National Identities Conference – Intercultural Bilingual Education in Latin America.”

Laura Validviezo New York University Columbia University Intercultural Bilingual

Laura Validviezo talks about "Identity in Intercultural Multilingual Peru: An Analysis of Political Discourse and School Practice"

The workshop topics ranged from the emergence of research and policy, international development and academic fields, and educational and social movements, and social and political actors and institutionalization related to intercultural and bilingual education in Latin America.

CLACS faculty member Pamela Calla chaired a panel on “Social and Political Actors and the Institutionalization of Intercultural Bilingual Education.” Here, she shares her reflections on the conference: Continue reading

Kawsaypak Runashimiwan Kutinlla Muyurinkapak


Rimasun: Oscar Santillan - CLACS at NYUOscar Santillan hampiq Agatomanta kan. Agato llaqta Otavaloneqpi Ecuadorpi kan. Pay Ecuadorpi, Estados Unidospi ima, asqha ceremoniakunata ruwan. Kay audiopi, Oscar Christine Mladicwan, Charlie Uruchimawan ima, imaymanamanta rimashan. Paykuna educacion intercultural bilingüemanta, runasimimanta, Oscarpa llank’anan ima, rimashanku.

Rimasun: Oscar Santillan - Agato, Ecuador - CLACS at NYU

Agato, Ecuador.

Oscar Santillan es un curador de Agato. Agato es una comunidadcerca de Otavalo, Ecuador. Él hace muchas ceremonias en Ecuador y en los Estados Unidos. En este audio, Oscar habla con Christine Mladic y Charlie Uruchima sobre muchos temas, incluyendo educación intercultural bilingüe, kichwa, y el trabajo de Oscar.

Rimasun: Oscar Santillan - Ceremoniakunapaq - CLACS at NYU

Oscar asqha ceremoniakunata ruwan.

Oscar Santillan is a healer from Agato, a community outside of Otavalo, Ecuador. He leads many ceremonies in Ecuador and in the United States. In this audio recording, Oscar converses with Christine Mladic and Charlie Uruchima about many topics including intercultural bilingual education, kichwa, and Oscar’s work.

Oscar Santillanpa fotonkuna kan. / Todas las fotos son de Oscar Santillan. / All photos courtesy of Oscar Santillan.


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Dr. Gustavo Solis Fonseca Presents at Quechua Week

Gustavo_solis.jpgDr. Gustavo Solis Fonseca is a professor at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos and at the Center for Research and Applied Linguistics in Lima, Peru. He will also be speaking during NYU’s Quechua Week – December 13-17.

Dr. Solis holds both a PhD and M.A in Linguistics, specializing in Amerindian languages. Dr. Solis has been the director of the Center for Research in Applied Linguistics (CILA) at the UNMSM for several years. He has also twice been the recipient of the Medal of Scientific Merit from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.
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