The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners®: K-12
Tuesday, 31 March | 9 am - 4 pm
This interactive workshop for K-12 teachers and administrators explores The 6 Principles framework in depth to deepen participants' understanding of second language acquisition, learner characteristics, conditions that promote language learning, lesson design and adaptation, assessment, and shared roles and responsibilities for learner success in both English and content area programs.
This 6-hour workshop will engage participants in understanding how to apply The 6 Principles Framework in order to:
- Create optimal conditions for second language learning,
- Use research on language development to guide instructional and assessment decision-making,
- Build a culture of shared responsibility at their sites.
Who Should Attend?
English Teachers, Content Area Teachers, Coaches, Coordinators, Administrators and others interested in exemplary instruction for K-12 English learners..
This session focuses on the following professional development topics:
- Knowledge of Second Language Acquisition
- Creating optimal conditions for second language learning
- Increasing knowledge of culturally and linguistically diverse populations
- Applying research-based practices for the instruction and assessment of English learners
- Collaborating with staff to improve programs, policies and practices
- Advocating for English learners and their families
Early: 1 Feb
Advance: 1 Mar
After 1 Mar
You do not have to register for the full TESOL convention to attend this workshop, but you do have to register for this event through the convention registration form.
If you have questions about the workshop, please contact TESOL Professional Learning.