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August 15, 2013
Differentiating Instruction and Assessment for English Language Learners
Throughout the presentation, Shelley and Stephaney highlight strategies from their book Differentiating Instruction and facilitate opportunities for teachers to learn how to scaffold student performance by developing content knowledge, skills, and abilities, while simultaneously increasing English language proficiency. Throughout the presentation, they address the roles and responsibilities of both administrators and teachers necessary to ensure increased ELL academic success.
Based on authentic student scenarios from the authors’ practice and a variety of user-friendly templates, each workshop segment targets specific aspects of the differentiation process for English language learners. Hands-on application activities, tied to realistic scenarios and teachers’ own contexts, as well as interaction with colleagues, make the strategies come alive. As a result, teachers can confidently implement new student data-driven strategies upon return to their classrooms.
Differentiating Instruction and Assessment for ELLs Workshop
Thursday, Aug. 15th 2013 at 8:30am-3:30pm
313 West Post Street
Associate Professor, Teaching and Learning, Drake University School of Education
ESL/Diversity Consultant and Professional Developer at Heartland Area Education Agency
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