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Now more than ever, communication lines between the school and the home are key. WIDA Español provides tips and resources for administrators and teachers to help coordinate communication and instruction with students and families this school year.
Ahora que maestros, estudiantes y familias se preparan para la educación a distancia, Samuel Aguirre, el director de WIDA Español, da recomendaciones para que aquellos que trabajan con estudiantes multilingües tengan las herramientas y recursos necesarios para promover el éxito académico.
After about two years of research, test development, reviews, and field testing, WIDA is proud to announce the release of new test content for WIDA MODEL Online interim assessment.
No matter what the next academic year looks like in your school, state or country, WIDA is confident that you and your students Can Do this! To make sure you have the tools and supports you need to teach and grow with WIDA this school year, we share our top distance teaching and learning resources.
WIDA is excited to announce the eSummit, a free virtual learning opportunity for educators in WIDA Consortium member states, territories and federal agencies, to be held October 12-30.
Claudia Trillo is a lead ELL teacher at Harris Elementary School in Duluth, Georgia. This school year, she will begin her ninth year of teaching.
In this edition of Conversations with Tim, Tim partners with Jon Nordmeyer, who directs WIDA’s international programs, to discuss a Bell Foundation report they contributed to on international strategies for ensuring equity in multilingual schools.
WIDA celebrates a successful first year of the WIDA Fellows program and welcomes new and returning WIDA Fellows for 2020-2021.
As teachers, students and families gear up for a return to distance learning, Samuel Aguirre, director of WIDA Español, wants to make sure that those who work with multilingual learners have the tools and resources they need to promote academic success.
In his new monthly column, WIDA Founder and Director Tim Boals shares a colleague’s perspective on the importance of students’ home language.