Are you looking for strategies to help you meet the needs of students with learning differences while maintaining a standards-based class?
Learn useful and practical strategies to modify and accommodate instruction and assessments in all three modes of communication presented by a multi-certified Special Education, World Language and ESL teacher.
Gain a background in learner differences.
Make sense of Individualized Educational Plans and learn how to implement modifications/accommodations in a way that benefits all students yet still focuses on proficiency.
Discover how integrating various learning strategies and simple modifications can not only meet the needs of all learners but also spice up your classroom
Calling all language educators! Do you want to see your practice grow? Do you want to see your language department flourish? In this session, we will explore how we can work together to “plant the seeds” for professional and departmental growth. We will learn about different World Language departments' journeys in shifting to proficiency-based curricula, instructional methods and assessment techniques, and we will examine both what facilitated their success and what challenged their work. Attendees will discuss goals for their own language departments, and consider what they can do to plant seeds of growth, nourish their departments and grow together in the right direction!
Lesson tasks that provide relevance and connections to real life are highly engaging to our Generation Z learners. During this virtual workshop, participants will practice designing learning experiences that provide context for students based on real-world scenarios and authentic resources for comprehensible input, grammar in context, and performance tasks.
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