Develop an increased awareness of the need both nationally and locally to meet the need of ENL students based on data and research.
Key deliverables include: written responses reflecting participants’ analysis of ENL demographic data, current ENL state standards, and instructional practices; practice of, and reflection about, constructive academic conversations and technology tools in the classroom, specifically to promote ENL mastery; creating a lesson plan that incorporates learning into classroom practices; course summary with practical application and reflection. Key activities include reading, watching videos, researching, reflecting, analyzing, and planning.
(Syllabus is the same as the ASPDP version of the course)
Credits and Registration Instructions
Please check with your school district or local authority on whether the kind of credit this course provides can be used towards meeting your professional development, salary differential, or credential renewal needs.
Earn up to 45 CTLE credit hours towards NYS Professional Development requirements.
Get 6 months of enrollment from your time of purchase.
Receive a certificate of completion after you finish the course.
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“This course prepares you to implement different strategies to differentiate lessons for ELL students as well as introduces you to a set to technological tools to help ELLs acquire language based on the new Common Core applied standards.”