November 1, 2021 9:00 AM - November 2, 2021 4:00 PM
N.D. School districts have an increasing number of linguistically diverse students which creates a need for additional EL support in schools. N.D. teachers are frequently responsible for developing the EL program in their schools, often with very little training. There is also a need for mainstream teachers and administrators to increase their expertise in developing instruction and programming for ELS. ND EL Boot Camp addresses multiple topics that are relevant to the outside-of-the-classroom duties for which schools are responsible.
This training addresses 15 Topics related to the education of ELs in N.D. Overall, participants will:
Learn about the EL program
Ask questions to develop local program and knowledge base
Receive sample documents to help update current program paperwork
NOTE: Participants are asked to bring EL related documents/reports to the workshop in paper or electronic form including:
EL program handbook
a copy of the ILP form
parent notification letter and the 2 year monitoring form
a copy of the district’s MIS01 Fall Report
at least 2 students who have ACCESS scores from 2019-20 and 2020-21 and the same two students’ MAP or STAR percentile rank.
DELIVERY: This training is offered over 2 consecutive days Face-to-Face
AUDIENCES: English Learner teachers
PRESENTER: Kerri Whipple, SEEC Professional Learning Coordinator
CREDIT: 1 graduate credit is available through Valley City State University
Each day will go from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Registration begins at 8:30 AM both days.
Agassiz - The loft
1305 9th Ave S, Fargo, ND, 58103, United States
COST: $70 per person (able to be reimbursed using Title III funds)