In this blog post written for Colorín Colorado, ELL expert Judith O’Loughlin shares some strategies for using picture books across the curriculum with students of all ages in order to master the Common Core anchor reading standards.
This post is written by guest blogger Ayanna Cooper. For related guidance, see the U.S. Department of Education English Learner Toolkit’s Chapter 3: Tools and Resources for Supporting an English Learner Program.
Q & A Collections: Differentiating Instruction is the title of my latest Education Week Teacher column. It includes link to all my posts on differentiating instruction from the past four years – in one place!
Teacher question:I’ve read your posts on the instructional level and complex texts and I don’t think you understand guided reading. The point of guided reading placements is to teach students with challenging text.
The great Mia MacMeekin has created a Spanish version of her popular Bloom’s Taxonomy infographic (you can find the English version at The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom).
This is a common complaint about the traditional approach to teacher professional development in the United States. Teachers go to workshops and professional development days where they might get great new ideas about teaching.
This blog post is the second in a three-part series about the steps one elementary school took to increase collaboration between ESOL teachers and content teachers in order to better meet the language needs of ELLs in their school during the...
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