Teachers Act Up!

Thoughts on Teaching, Language, and Social Change from Melisa "Misha" Cahnmann-Taylor


July 15 2016 Poetry Contest Entries Due – Society for Humanistic Anthropology

April-June 2016

Poetry 2016 BIG READ events – Robinson Jeffers & Eco-poetry in the South


Events begin April 6 and the public kick-off is April 7 and continue through mid June.  Click on website for details.coe.uga.edu/bigread

3/28-3/31 The great Stephen Krashen will be our guest speaker in a variety of venues at the College of Education including part of Cahnmann-Taylor’s course on Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, Thursday morning March 29!

1/24   “Introduction to Elementary World Language: Three Models – Which is right for your school”
This short webinar (no more than 30 minutes) will be held on:
Tuesday, January 24th at 9:30 a.m.
 (You may log in up to 30 minutes prior to the session)
  Link: http://elluminate.gavirtualschool.org:80/doe/join_meeting.html?meetingId=1258877816832

12/2/11 Spanish for Non-Spanish Speakers: What Every Georgia Educator Should Know– was a big success! We are planning a round for spring!

10/26/11 Misha gets the homepage! A feature article on the UGA homepage showcasing teachers acting up!

9/26/11 Student Accomplishments: Congratulations to Stephanie Baker!

Please join me in congratulating “Stephanie Abraham Baker” on her first academic publication in Radical Teacher–attached “Creating a Space for Critical Talk, Writing, and Action in the Elementary Classroom.” Way to Go Stephanie!!!

8/26/11 Student Accomplishments: Congratulations to Jennifer Wooten!

Jennifer Wooten just won the 2011 American Educational Research Association Second Language Research Special Interest Group Dissertation Award!!! To add to her growing list of awards!

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