Presented by Seth Aldrich, Ph.D., New York State Licensed Psychologist and Bilingual School Psychologist; and Alejandra Estrada-Burt, Ed.D., Co-Principal, Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion School (MN)
Presented by Elizabeth Morales, Principal, Okeeheelee Middle School (FL); Deborah Escalante Montoya, Ed.D., Senior Director, Imperial County SELPA (CA); Michael Ramírez, M.S., Deputy Superintendent of Schools, Denver Public Schools (CO); Russell Coronado, Executive Director, South County SELPA, San Diego; and David Samore, Ed.D., CEO, David Samore & Associates, LLC, and Mindsets Learning Advisor
Presented by Dr. Kate Kinsella, Emeritus Teacher Educator at San Francisco State University, and Author
Presented by Dr. John Nelson, Former Superintendent, Chula Vista Elementary School District (CA); and Kevin Baird, Chief Academic Officer, Achieve3000
Presented by Michelle Luhtala, Library Department Chair, New Canaan High School (CT); Nancy Disterlic, Dyslexia Specialist, Keller Independent School District (TX); and Tuan Nguyen, Library Consultant, Mackin Educational Resources
Presented by Dr. Kate Kinsella, Emeritus Teacher Educator at San Francisco State University, and Author; and Samuel Roman, Territory Lead, Latin America, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Mara Álvarez-Delgado, M.Ed., Dual Language Specialist, Wimbish World Language Academy, TX; Ben Grimley, CEO and Co-founder, Speak Agent; and Medha Tare, Ph.D., Director of Research, Learner Variability Project, Digital Promise
While some English learners and students of color may be striving to attain minimal academic competency, others are likely to be high-ability or gifted/talented students who are not receiving appropriate support for their needs, and therefore are less engaged and have lower levels of participation in programs suitable for them.
In this edWebinar, Maya Goodall and Lisa Frumkes, offer practical solutions to this challenge, focusing on encouraging and supporting students to use academic language while simultaneously learning content.