Fostering Student Engagement English Language Learners – Podcast Episode 19 | Classnotes Podcast Episode 19
Classnotes Podcast (August 29, 2007) Because of English language learners’ different English proficiency levels, teachers often struggle to find ways to have students actively participate in their learning. This is particularly the case for content area teachers who may have had little or no training in teaching English language learners.
IDRA is helping teachers learn, reflect and adapt instructional strategies so that all their students are engaged and learning the content and academic language. Kristin Grayson, M.Ed., an IDRA education associate outlines the engagement-based sheltered instruction model that she developed at IDRA and describes its research base.
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IDRA Engagement Based Sheltered Instruction Model and Training
Intercultural Development Research Association
“You Can’t Win if You Don’t Get to Play – Effectively Engaging All English Language Learners”
By Adela Solís, Ph.D., and Kristin Grayson, M.Ed., IDRA Newsletter
Dr. Cummins’ ESL and Second Language Learning Web
Five Standards for Effective Pedagogy
Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence
How to Narrow the Achievement Gap with Direct Vocabulary Instruction
By Kate Kinsella
Student Content Engagement as a Construct for the Measurement of Effective Classroom Instruction and Teacher Knowledge (may take a few minutes to load)
American Institutes for Research
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