Sandy Moller has been chosen for the September, 2018, WIDA Featured Educator after being highly praised by her Assistant Principal and Superintendent. Their praise described her teaching abilities, connections with students, collaboration with staff, positive rapport with families, constant quest to grow professionally, and deep understanding of the multiple lenses needed for school leadership.
New WIDA Website! We are excited to announce today's launch of a redesigned WIDA website. Please note the new website address: wida.wisc.edu. There's no rush to change your favorite WIDA bookmarks since web redirects will be in place for one year. The new WIDA website is available to the public with no user name or password required! All password-protected materials have moved to the Secure Portal as described below.
Recently, Principal James Robinette sat down with Scott Gomer, WIDA Marketing Communications Director, to discuss his experiences as an ESL educator.
The August 2018 edition of WIDA News is now available and includes information about the new WIDA website, our August Featured Educator, WIDA Screener resources, WIDA Client Services Center question of the month, and registration for Fall WIDA workshops.
The July 2018 edition of WIDA News is now available and includes information about WIDA Screener Score Reports, WIDA Annual Conference discounts, registration for August workshops and a job opening at WIDA.
Shannon Rodriguez uses the combined experiences she has had personally and professionally to support multilingual learners in Virginia.
The June 2018 edition of WIDA News is now available and includes news about the 2018 Annual Conference session schedule, summer academy registration, and our Featured Educator.
Saasha Lambson wears several hats, as she is both a fourth-grade dual-language teacher and serves as the bilingual coordinator.
The May 2018 edition of WIDA News is now available and includes news about the 2018 Annual Conference, MODEL, and our Featured Educator.
Ying Ong taps into her own experience as a multilingual learner to support her students and collaborate with her colleagues in Aurora, Colorado. She enjoys continually challenging her own learning and that of her students.