Cultivating RELATIONSHIPS and teaching language skills across curricula. We will be offering three days of learning alongside lead thinkers in the field; Cornelius Minor, Lindsey Moses, Ulster BOCES Content Specialists and our colleagues from the RBern. These sessions will discuss teaching methodology and current thinking in the areas of diversity, inclusion and equity. Our focus will be on promoting student voice in our schools, districts and the world at large.
*Research-based processes for the effective teaching of ELLs
*Curriculum design and lesson planning based on sound pedagogical principles, practices, and high standards
*Strategic methods for making grade-level materials and resources comprehensible for ELLs
*Research-based training on theory, culture, diversity, social status, and policy of language acquisition
*Training, technical assistance, and/or funding for programs and services for ELL students
*Advocacy that will increase awareness as to the coalitions that support educators who work with ELLs
*Resources that will help educators learn more about effective, differentiated teaching strategies specifically addressing ELLs.
Event(s) are free for districts participating in the Title III Consortium (Ellenville, Highland, New Paltz, Onteora, Rondout Valley, Saugerties)
This is a series of three sessions. You are encouraged to attend all sessions. You are also welcome to register and attend any and all sessions.
Fee of $500 represents will allow for teams of up to six people. Please have all participants register and the district will be charged $500 for each group of 6 people.
Meeting Dates: April 11 & 24, & May 9, 2023
Instructors: Victoria Curry, Cornelius Minor, Lindsey Moses, David Mumper
Audience: K-12 Educators