This edWebinar will share the current statistics related to the excellence gap among ELs and students of color. Details of how the excellence gap is persisting as well as the challenges this presents for educators will be shared.
In this interactive edWebinar, participants will explore, discuss, and experience research-informed, classroom-tested approaches for writing in the content area of mathematics, with both ELs and non ELs, because we know that all students are mathematics language learners.
In this interactive edWebinar, participants will explore, discuss, and experience research-informed, classroom-tested approaches to engage English learners in deep, close reading with big ideas and rich content, all anchored in grade-level complex text.
In this interactive edWebinar, participants will explore, discuss, and experience research-informed, classroom-tested approaches for developing academic language.
The goal of this edWebinar is to provide participants with techniques, strategies, and practical ideas about how to improve their English language learners’ (ELL) pronunciation using pedagogical tools that enhance natural English stress, intonation and rhythm in connected speech.
This edWebinar will focus on the basics of second language acquisition, exploring the theories of Chomsky and Krashen, including learner differences and development.
This edWebinar examines practices, strategies, and tools for teaching specialized language, unlocking the full potential of your students.
In this edWebinar learn how five evidence-based instructional best practices help English Learner students engage in classroom instruction.
There’s no secret formula for parent engagement. And when English isn’t their first language, the obstacles seem more daunting. According to Rick Castaneda, a training specialist at Rosetta Stone, the key is to develop a multi-step approach that gives parents several different opportunities to connect with the school and their children’s teachers while also making sure that the parent, no matter their language, feels like a key part of the decision-making process. In his edWebinar, “Involve Parents for Greater English Learner Success,” Castaneda discussed six key areas of parental involvement, based on the work of Johns Hopkins professor Joyce L. Epstein, PhD, and how each one helps build a stronger relationship.
This edWebinar will provide a well-rounded perspective of how young children are building language, physical, cognitive, social-emotional, and motor development skills.