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Enhancing Infant and Toddler Care through Reflective Practice, Part II
DEC 15 | 10:30am-12:00pm (PT)
In this second webinar of a four-part series, Lisa Duerr, Child Development Consultant for the California Department of Education's Child Development Division Quality Improvement Office (not pictured), Peter Mangione, Co-Director of WestEd's Center for Child and Family Studies (CCFS), and Kerry Kriener-Althen, Director of the Evaluation Team at CCFS will discuss California's resources to enhance infant and toddler learning and development.
Programs and Practices for Effective Sheltered Content Instruction
JAN 19 | 10:30am-12:00pm (PT)
Jana Echevarria, Professor of Education at California State University, Long Beach, and Deborah J. Short, Director of Academic Language Research and Training, LLC, will describe effective strategies aimed at providing English learners access to the core curriculum.
English Language Development: Issues & Implementation at Grades Six Through Twelve
FEB 9 | 10:30am-12:00pm (PT)
Susana Dutro, a founding partner of E.L. Achieve, and Dr. Kate Kinsella, a faculty member in San Francisco State University’s Center for Teacher Efficacy are consultants to districts and state departments throughout the nation. They will present an approach on rethinking English language development (ELD) instruction for adolescent English language learners based on current research and promising practices.
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Quality Teaching for English Learners: High Challenge and High Support
This archived webinar provides an overview of the theoretical and practical basis of a pedagogy oriented to the development of English learners' conceptual, academic, and linguistic development.
A New Yardstick for Assessing Early Childhood Care
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