This month we are highlighting solutions to help you build effective education and social supports that serve students who are English learners. Choose from a diverse collection of virtual professional development opportunities, including our free series highlighting renowned scholars’ perspectives on English language education, and read expert strategies to inform practice and policy.
Explore multilingual education with renown linguists and educators from around the world. You won’t want to miss this free online summer series, July 14 through August 20. Register today and share with your colleagues.
Principal Investigator and Center Director Aída Walqui at WestEd says, “The time is right to redress the education for English learners in secondary education. Our proposed portfolio of work seeks to create actionable understandings of educational barriers as well as processes and tools that will create equitable learning environments and quality learning.”
Sponsored by the Region 15 Comprehensive Center, California Teachers Association, and the California Department of Education, this recent 13-part webinar series provides teachers, coaches, and administrators with practical, action-oriented strategies for distance learning success.
Students who are English learners require rigorous content instruction with ample opportunities for language and critical skills development during distance learning. These four insights from the experts at Quality Teaching for English Learners can help.
Register for high-quality online professional development designed to help optimize your school or district's instruction of English learner students with disabilities. Registration closes on July 10th.