EL Institute | Reading and Writing with English Learners and Boosting Achievement for Under Schooled Students Overview by Valentina Gonzalez (@ValentinaESL)
The literacy spaces we create for our learners and the experiences they have as readers and writers can make an impact in their learning outcomes. This training offers educators a deep dive into reading and writing instruction with a special focus for increasing the effectiveness of instructional methods to serve multilingual learners. Participants will explore and engage in techniques they can implement immediately with students.
Second sessions: Based on current research surrounding educational growth mindset and the practical experience of Carol Salva, a master teacher who achieved success with SLIFE students in Houston, this training demonstrates user-friendly techniques that close achievement gaps for Unschooled or Underschooled Learners. Experience the strategies that capitalize on the gifts of your diverse classroom. Discover ways to maximize the impact for SLIFE, especially non-English speakers. Learn to empower these students to work at grade-level in content classes and the ESL classroom.
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