November 2017 archive

PBL in ELL Pull-Out? Yes, it’s possible!

This post was contributed by Sarah Forbes, K-1 ELL Teacher at John F. Kennedy Elementary, Vermont, and NNETESOL President-Elect. For more information, check out her website here. I have long been a proponent of project-based learning (PBL), but have struggled to incorporate it in my limited time with my students in ELL pullout groups. PBL involves framing …

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TESOL Community and Family Toolkit: Developed by TESOL National Association

Working with the families of English learners and building strong communities is one of the biggest challenges that many English language professionals face. Recognizing this, TESOL International Association developed the Community and Family Tool Kit, a resource for English language professionals to use at all levels to connect with families and build strong communities. In addition …

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Looking to gain more lesson planning skills and strategies?

Check out Coursera’s free online class titled “Lesson Planning with the ELL in Mind”. You can either join the class online for free, or pay to receive credit/credentials. For more information, check out these reviews. Please follow and like us:

Proposal Submissions for WIDA National Conference Open Soon!

On December 4th, 2017, WIDA will begin accepting proposals for their 2018 annual conference. The WIDA Annual Conference is the largest and most prominent conference anywhere dedicated to Pre-K through Grade 12 English Language Learner educators and administrators. By teachers, for teachers! For more information about this conference and organization, check out WIDA’s webpage. Please …

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The 8th Annual Global Education Conference (GEC) All Online, All Free November 13 – 16, 2017

  The 8th Annual Global Education Conference (GEC) All Online, All Free November 13 – 16, 2017  The Global Education Conference Network’s eighth annual worldwide collaboration on globally-connected education starts today, Monday, November 13, and continues through this Thursday, November 16.   This event is FREE, but does require that you REGISTER. Please register HERE to get instant access …

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Informative Webinars Created by “Bridging Refugee Youth and Children’s Services”

Looking to learn more about refugees or to take a webinar for professional development? Check out the webinars hosted by “Bridging Refugee Youth and Children’s Services”. The next one is: Managing Trauma: Tips for Supporting RefugeeTeens in Schools, Refugee Resettlement, & Other Contexts on Wednesday, November 29 @ 4-5:30pm EST. Register now! Please follow and like …

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All that’s left is the cleanup…

If you came to our conference on Saturday, thank you! We know we had some hiccups. And part of that is due to trying to be responsive to your feedback from conferences past. We tried something new; some things worked and others didn’t. But most important is that you were there. Keep those comments coming. …

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Annual Conference just days away!

T-3 days until the conference!! Who’s excited??? #conference  #CE #collaboration #networking  See you November 4th! Please follow and like us:

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