The following link is a video of me teaching an ESL student in class. This is a course requirement of EDU 580 at Georgetown College (KY). https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Tt5gS8B_kSiahuEGoNtXpo45bPqXMMCb
Explained more in depth at the link below, the prism model shows how four factors (linguistic, academic, cognitive, and sociocultural) contribute to the success of the CLD student. “No single dimension of CLD student success should be addressed in isolation. Instead, each of the four dimensions of the prism model is interrelated and involves developmental processes that occur simultaneously for the CLD student” (Herrera & Murray, 2012).
In my classroom we using R-A-Z Kids weekly in our reading block. I love the resources it provides students and the authentic text you can pull. Another thing I love about using this resource is that it comes with ESL Assessments that directly correlate to WIDA, TESOL, and Common Core Standards. A must-have subscription for... Continue Reading →
A video presentation of a collaborative conversation between two educators with a recommendation on how to develop, gather, analyze, and interpret ELL student data
Ever wondered how to incorporate technology into the way you assess your students? Check out this article!
This article gives practical ideas for quickly assessing students in the classroom, addresses the need for greater dialogue around ensuring student voice in the design and delivery of formative assessments and the importance of confronting the cultural sensitivity with which assessments are designed.
Giving feedback is something that is easily looked over, or overgeneralized most of the time. Find out how to best give effective, useful feedback to your students this school year!