ESL Specialist 101 - 26494
This virtual course provides *NEW* ESL specialists with insight into their new role and how to support both students and teachers. The course is designed for new ESL specialists who have instructional contact with ESL students (in an inclusion or small-group setting) and assist with LPAC documentation. Participants will receive support in small-group ESL instruction, compliance, instructional coaching, and leadership development. Monthly Zoom Sessions: Understanding the Role of an ESL Specialist Organization: LPAC & Classroom Language Acquisition Basics & Tools for Instructional Coaching and Advocacy Newcomer Survival for Students & Teachers Prepping for TELPAS, End of Year, and Beginning of Year
Schedule & Location
Teacher - ESL (English as a Second Language),
New to the role of an ESL Specialist at the campus or district-level.
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