Accelerate Learning for the Unique Needs of Your ELLs!
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Aida Allen-Rotell, Adjunct Professor of Teacher Education, San Diego State University, CA
Sponsored by Achieve3000
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What strengths and challenges do English language learners bring to the classroom? How can educators ensure all students achieve college and career readiness, regardless of their unique needs? In this session, literacy and bilingual education teacher Aida Allen-Rotell examines how differentiated instruction can be implemented in a systematic but flexible way to support the development of students’ language skills and content area knowledge at the same time.
Join this live edWebinar and you will learn how to build on students’ first language and cultural experiences while creating a classroom environment that promotes equitable learning experiences. This session is designed for K-12 educators.
About the Presenter
Aida Allen-Rotell is an accomplished consultant, presenter, and teaching clinician. She has provided professional learning and consulted throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the South Pacific. Aida is an adjunct professor of teacher education at San Diego State University. She has served as a liaison and resource for school districts, superintendent, school administrators, and residency programs and partnerships that cultivate accomplished teachers. She delivers professional learning and coaching to school districts on instructional rounds as a member of ASCD’s FIT Teaching® Cadre and on curriculum design, visible learning, balanced literacy, English learners and learning, teacher leadership, and school and district leadership.
Aida has worked as a bilingual teacher in an elementary school. She currently works with Douglas Fisher at Health Science High and Middle College as an instructional coach, English learner coordinator, and administrator. She has also worked to develop teacher and leadership growth mindsets for diverse learning populations. Her research agenda includes school leadership and teacher leadership development, urban school leader development, multicultural education, and restorative practice.
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