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Measuring Success: Defining Quality Education for Multilingual Students

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This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Lexia Learning.
The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here.
Emergent bilingual students need different academic supports and structures than their monolingual peers, and many educators have to rely on instructional models designed for students who already speak English—leading to a disconnect for our ELL students. Ensuring all emergent bilingual and multilingual students have access to a quality education first requires defining what that education looks like.

Lexia Learning’s Cassandra Wheeler (Director of LETRS State Success) and Breanna Guzman (Senior Language Product Specialist) with Dr. Linda Cavazos (Executive Director of ELLAS Consulting) and Martha Hernandez (Executive Director of Californians Together) broke down what a quality education for emergent bilinguals looks like, diving deeper into how second languages are learned, where and how that learning occurs, and how teachers themselves learn and develop as expert professionals.

In this session, listeners gain understanding of the value oral discourse brings to literacy learning, how to implement effective ELD practices across districts, schools, and classrooms, and useful resources for creating language frames on a practical level.

This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, ELL and ESOL specialists, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders.

This edWeb podcast is part of Emergent Bilingual Week: A New Era in Multilingualism.

This five-day event, October 23rd – 27th was designed to inspire educators and leaders in service of our 5 million+ multilingual students across the country. Our expert-led panel discussions brought you the latest research, strategies, and tools to celebrate the assets every student brings to the classroom.

Lexia Learning
Lexia is all for literacy because we know that literacy can and should be for all.
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This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Lexia Learning.
The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here.
Emergent bilingual students need different academic supports and structures than their monolingual peers, and many educators have to rely on instructional models designed for students who already speak English—leading to a disconnect for our ELL students. Ensuring all emergent bilingual and multilingual students have access to a quality education first requires defining what that education looks like.

Lexia Learning’s Cassandra Wheeler (Director of LETRS State Success) and Breanna Guzman (Senior Language Product Specialist) with Dr. Linda Cavazos (Executive Director of ELLAS Consulting) and Martha Hernandez (Executive Director of Californians Together) broke down what a quality education for emergent bilinguals looks like, diving deeper into how second languages are learned, where and how that learning occurs, and how teachers themselves learn and develop as expert professionals.

In this session, listeners gain understanding of the value oral discourse brings to literacy learning, how to implement effective ELD practices across districts, schools, and classrooms, and useful resources for creating language frames on a practical level.

This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, ELL and ESOL specialists, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders.

This edWeb podcast is part of Emergent Bilingual Week: A New Era in Multilingualism.

This five-day event, October 23rd – 27th was designed to inspire educators and leaders in service of our 5 million+ multilingual students across the country. Our expert-led panel discussions brought you the latest research, strategies, and tools to celebrate the assets every student brings to the classroom.

Lexia Learning
Lexia is all for literacy because we know that literacy can and should be for all.
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.

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