Faubion Elementary and Middle School, Portland Public School District
Caring, considerate, dedicated educators building tomorrows playground today
Things to Consider
Cosas para Considerar
Gather into four person groups and meet some new people!
Gather into groups of four
What should we include? How will it look?
Talk about playgrounds
Use the worksheets provided to draw your ideal playground and write a description.
Share your ideas
Arquitecto del Equipo
¡Reúnanse en grupos de cuatro personas y conozcan gente nueva!
Reúnanse en grupos de cuatro.
¿Qué deberíamos incluir? ¿Cómo se verá?
Habla de parques infantiles
Use la hoja de trabajo proporcionadas para dibujar su patio de recreo ideal y escriba una descripción.
Comparte tus ideas.
Images of playgrounds
We host meetings the first Thursday of every quarter. Come and share your ideas and meet some members of the commuity.
Come to the meetings!
Starting spring term we will have demolition and construction work parties. Come in, bring your kids, have fun!
Join the work parties this Spring!
We plan to have our playground up and running this summer. Come in to be a playground monitor this summer!
Volunteer to watch this Summer
How can parents help?
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Arias, M. B., Ph.D., & Morillo-Campbell, M., Ph.D. (2008, January). PROMOTING ELL PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT: CHALLENGES IN CONTESTED TIMES. Retrieved September 09, 2018, from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED506652.pdf
Meyers, Maritza, Rodriguez, R.C., and Fugate, Robert. "How do you integrate parents of English language learners and community members into your program/school?" English Language Learners at School: A Guide for Administrators. Eds. Else V. Hamayan and Rebecca Freeman.Philadelphia: Caslon Publishing, 2006. 44-50.
DeRuy, E. (2016, December 02). The Playground Where Babies Learn to Talk. Retrieved September 11, 2018, from https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/12/the-playground-where- babies-learn-to-talk/509420/
Bybee, E. R., & Henderson, K. I. (2014, November 20). An Overview of U.S. Bilingual Education: Historical Roots, Legal Battles, and Recent Trends. Retrieved September 10, 2018, from https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2627&context=facpub
Culturally Diverse Playground Proposal
Educational proposal for a culturally diverse public playground