February 2018 archive

Where’s Wakanda? The Importance of Representation in Media for our Culturally, Ethnically, and Linguistically Diverse Students

Where’s Wakanda? The Importance of Representation in Media for our Culturally, Ethnically, and Linguistically Diverse Students Written by Andrea Mercado, NNETESOL Publisher’s Liaison I recall a recent job interview I went on for a position in leadership working with English learners in a large school district with a high percentage of hispanic students. Being a …

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Last Chance to Save for #TESOL2018

March 1 is the savings deadline. Click the link below to register: https://tesol.informz.net/informzdataservice/onlineversion/ind/bWFpbGluZ2luc3RhbmNlaWQ9NzM5NDE2MSZzdWJzY3JpYmVyaWQ9MTAyODgzNzQyNQ== Please follow and like us:

‘Tis the Season for TESOL and MORE!

Come TESOL with me! Let’s make it a VERB! For those of you who don’t know me, I’m past president of NNETESOL, and I teach in Burlington, Vt. This year, I applied for (and was chosen!) TESOL Ambassador for 2018! My name is even on the website! Click that link above and see! I’M SO …

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ACCESS Testing Season

ACCESS Testing Season By Sarah Forbes This blog post was first published at http://www.sarahtesolhub.com/ on 2/7/2018.   This is a hectic time of year for any ELL teachers in states that administer the annual WIDA ACCESS English language assessment. This standardized test, used by states in the WIDA consortium to monitor English language learner (ELL) progress from …

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ESL Parent Teacher Conferences: What Are Your Strategies?

Check out this interesting article about parent teacher conferences with parents who speak little English. What do you think? What are your strategies for working through conferences with parents who speak little English? https://www.edutopia.org/discussion/7-helpful-tips-conferences-parents-who-speak-minimal-english Please follow and like us:

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