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In his new monthly column, WIDA Founder and Director Tim Boals shares a colleague’s perspective on the importance of students’ home language.
WIDA announces that the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families joins the WIDA Early Years network. Find out more about the network and its members in the full article.
Ahora que maestros y la administración educativa comienzan a prepararse para el año escolar 2020-2021, en respuesta a los eventos de los últimos meses, los expertos de WIDA Español sugieren que el tener en cuenta las experiencias de los estudiantes y la comunidad, al igual que valorar la diversidad lingüística, es clave para el desarrollo de los estudiantes.
As educators begin to plan lessons and unpack these last few months in preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, WIDA Español experts say that taking into account students’ home and community experiences and linguistic diversity is key.
Karen Weigle is an ELL teacher and bilingual coordinator at Turquoise Trail Charter School in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Karen teaches students in grades K-5 and is in her ninth year of teaching.
The June 2020 edition of WIDA News includes an article about WIDA's Annual Board Meeting, an interview with June's Featured Educator, information about the launch of the Advancing ALTELLA website, new resources for families to help multilingual learners with disabilities, and more.
Madison Leech is an ELD Specialist and content teacher at John Barclay Elementary School in Warrington, Pennsylvania. This is Madison’s fifth year at Barclay.
An Open Letter from the WIDA Social Justice Change Team, Tim Boals and WIDA Staff
As families and teachers work with students with disabilities at home, social stories are a learning strategy that can help.
As parents and guardians work with and set plans for their multilingual students with disabilities at home, WIDA helps them bear in mind their student’s rights to educational services.