Two Day Professional Learning: Differentiating Instruction for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners.
What: 15 hours of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education Credits
When: June 27 and 28 from 9am to 3pm
Where: Masonic Lodge, 1150 Panorama Drive, Colorado Springs, C0---Near Coronado High School
Early registration $199 until May 16th
Facilitators - Dr. Barbara J. Dray & Meghan McCracken,
CLDE Endorsed with over 30 years combined experience teaching and preparing teachers to work with CLD learners.
Description - This two-day professional learning experience prepares teachers to teach students from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds. It covers both theoretical and applied aspects of language learning and teaching while providing teachers 15 of the required 45 hours of CLD content. Oral language development and content-area instruction will be emphasized for teaching K-12 students. Techniques, activities, strategies and resources to plan for engaging and appropriate instruction for culturally and linguistically diverse learners will be utilized. Collaborative learning strategies will be modeled in order to increase participation & engagement and build your toolbox of strategies to use in your classroom. Participants will have an opportunity to utilize a planning template to differentiate their own unit plan for the upcoming school year. If you obtained 2.5 credits at the Educating Children of Color Summit, this content is in addition to those credits.
This session will be eligible for one hour of graduate credit through Adams State University for an additional $55.
Enrollment is limited to 200.
For information contact us at email@example.com or 719-640-6633.
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