- Understand the US Department of Education recommendations and evidence-based practices for how to best support English Learners at school;
- Identify and analyze tools and resources for meaningful access to the curriculum for all students;
- Identify and analyze tools and resources to create an inclusive environment for all students; and,
- Evaluate, plan, and implement evidence-based strategies for supporting English Learners.
English Learner Toolkit for Classroom Teachers
This self-paced online course is an overview of the US Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition resources and how educators can best support English Learners. The course is organized into 5 modules, based on the US DOE EL Toolkit, EDTech for English Learners, Family Toolkit, and Newcomer Toolkit and including supplemental information and next steps on co-teaching, dual-identification, instructional strategies, newcomer resources, and digital tools.
USF Course #EDU544E.1
Facilitated by: Lindsay Frankenfeld
Please Note: Each course must be completed within one (1) year of the registration date. Graduate credit must be requested within six (6) months of completing a TIE course.