The Three Best Ways Teachers Can Encourage Support for English Language Learners

Larry Ferlazzo withJennifer Connors, Diane Staehr Fenner, Sydney Snyder

Working with English language learners can be very isolating if administrators are not enthusiastic supporters. In this segment we talk abut how teachers can encourage the needed support.

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May 14, 2015
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Jennifer Connors has been the Principal of Rolling Terrace ES in Takoma Park, Maryland for nine years. Partial Spanish Immersion Title I school, serving over 900 students with 450 receiving ESOL services. Diane Staehr Fenner is the president of DSF Consulting, a woman-owned small business that supports English learners and their educators through professional development, research, technical assistance, and curriculum design. She is a frequent blogger and author of Advocating for English Learners: A Guide for Educators. Sydney Snyder is a Senior Associate with DSF Consulting and a former ESL teacher. She is a strong advocate for ELLs’access to the curriculum and educational equity.
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