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In this edition of Conversations with Tim, Tim talks to Jo Napolitano, a veteran journalist. Together, they talk about Jo’s new book, “The School I Deserve: Six Young Refugees and Their Fight for Equality in America.”
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The true value of an interim English language proficiency assessment is the real-time measure of student progress. With several options available, choosing an interim assessment can be challenging. Educators, school leaders, and district leaders can make an informed decision by using researched-based interim assessment adoption criteria.
In the first article of the new series Voices from the Field, guest author Ely Sena-Martin presents concrete ideas for how administrators can begin planning for implementation of the WIDA ELD Standards Framework in a strategic way that promotes successful cross-team collaboration amongst their educators.
The WIDA Early Years team has released a new resource designed for early childhood educators who are interested in learning more about adopting a language-focused approach to their instructional planning.
WIDA Early Years continues the conversation around promoting equity for multilingual children and their families with a focus on leading for equity. Two leaders from Michigan share their insights.
Maja Flom is the director of the English as an Additional Language (EAL) program at Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The American School of Lima, in Lima, Peru. She has been in the education profession for 17 years and has taught EAL for 10 years.
Right now, there is a national spotlight on leveraging K–12 assessment data to measure the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on multilingual learners and to advance equity in education. But where should schools and districts begin? WIDA has a solution, WIDA MODEL, our on-demand interim assessment. As your students return to in-person learning, use WIDA MODEL to gain an understanding of your multilingual students' immediate learning needs.
This article presents two practices of the Marco ALE with examples and ideas for use in the classroom.
Este artículo de WIDA Español presenta dos prácticas de la disciplina del Marco ALE con ejemplos e ideas para su uso en el salón de clases.
The WIDA Secure Portal is getting a makeover! Learn about what’s changing, what you can do to get ready and upcoming opportunities to get more information. The redesigned portal goes live on September 1, 2021.