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Educating ELLs: 3-part series

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Educating ELLs: 3-part series


You are registering for a 3-session series, which takes place on: November 20th, December 11th, and January 8th. 


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Educating ELLs: Differentiated instruction for ELLs and SWD

Teaching ELLs both content and language skills is complex, and requires flexibility. Based on 2016-17 BESIS data, there are over 160,000 ELLs enrolled in NYC DOE schools. These students were born in over 150 different places, and while most NYC DOE ELLs are Spanish speakers, there are numerous ELLs from China, Yemen, Bangladesh, and other non-Spanish speaking countries. This is why teaching ELLs in New York City is deeply complex: the students are varied in their own backgrounds and there is not a one-size-fits-all approach.​This hands-on and research-based series will address these complexities and explore current best practices for teaching ELLs, as well as Students with Disabilities (SWD). Over three sessions, we'll reflect on current practices, analyze and apply techniques for differentiated instruction, and learn how to support students in increasing their participation and verbal interactions in the classroom.

Teachers can earn up to 18 ELL CTLE credits for attending this series.



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Throughout this series, you'll be able to: 



Explore current research on teaching ELLs, including cultural implications



Apply theories of teaching ELLs to their current lesson plans and curricula to meet the needs of their students



Collaborate to research, review, and share effective strategies for working with ELL students



Engage in differentiated learning activities that can be replicated in their own classrooms




More information is available on our website. 


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To pay for your attendance using a purchase order

Have your school contact Y3BldCB8IHRjICEgZWR1 to initiate this process. A PO must be created by your school & received by CPET prior to registration closing in order for a promo code to be generated.Once we've received a PO, we will provide your school with a promo code to distribute to the teachers they are funding. The promo code will discount your registration 100% so that there is no out-of-pocket cost to you. You will still be required to complete a registration form.

To pay using a credit card

Simply complete the registration form online. You will be asked for your credit card information at that time.
Ticket Information Ticket Price
Educating ELLs: 3-part series USD 375



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