english language learners
Next Generation Learning Models for English Language Learners: Promising Practices and Considerations for Teaching and Learning highlights the promising practices and trends in personalized learning and competency-based education for ELL students.
By: Naja Ferjan Ramirez. Any adult who has attempted to learn a foreign language can attest to how difficult it can be. Here, we look at why babies are better able to learn two languages.
With the world globalizing and changing at an unprecedented rate, it is important for us to be considering how we can give students global and cultural competencies. Language learning can be a great, accessible way to provide those skills.
By: Stephen Noonoo. Sweetwater Union High School District has increasingly turned to digital tools for its adult education students, providing convenience as well as a chance for fun family time during language study.
By: Heera Kang. Math skills are the top predictor for student success. With language-heavy instructional methods commonplace, how can English Language Learners (ELLs) have the same access to these essential skills?
By. Kelsey Skaggs. Educators continue to search for innovative ways to provide empowering learning environments for English language learners, especially when it comes to math. Here are some visual learning techniques that can help with the challenge.
The team at Getting Smart led a session at iNACOL to discuss personalized education technology solutions for English Language Learners (ELLs), as well as emerging trends in technology overall and trends in supporting ELLs with next-gen tools.