10:00 a.m. Sunday, April 30, 2023
Edgar Miranda was born in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico and raised in East Harlem, New York, attending primary and high school in Manhattan. For almost 50 years, he has worked in public education with students, teachers and parents from multiple language and cultural groups designing, implementing and supervising instructional programs. Incorporating insights gleaned from years of research with minority children and from Beverly Tatum’s work on identity formation and racism, Miranda will reflect on some of his own life experiences as a Puerto Rican living in the USA. All are welcome!
Live at Chapel in the Pines and on Zoom.
Zoom registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZItcu2orzMiGNfw63HZvjjWZbxGFiVnX-nx
Edgar Miranda began his career as a bilingual teacher immediately after his graduation from
Hofstra University. Since then, he has worked in New York, Virginia and Massachusetts and as a
principal at the Anglo American School of Sofia, Bulgaria. Edgar has trained teachers and taught
courses on research in second language acquisition, related methods and culture competence.
Currently, he is a professor with Framingham State University’s Master’s in International
Education working with teachers in Asia and Latin America and is the pastor at the
Provincetown United Methodist Church.