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Erika Rosales, WIDA human resources coordinator, is the recipient of a two-year, $110,000 grant from the Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment to create the "Center for DREAMers at UW" with Erin Barbato, director of the Immigrant Justice Clinic at UW Law School.
In this edition of Conversations with Tim, Tim talks to Hazel Mendoza, a multilingual learner and high school student who gives voice to what it’s been like to live and learn during the pandemic.
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Laura Barry is an English language learner teacher and French teacher at Absegami High School in Galloway, New Jersey. This is Laura’s 14th year teaching.
This month, the WIDA Early Years team shares insights from a local team of leaders and coaches. WIDA Early Years partnered with Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland to develop and deliver professional learning for PreK teachers centered on a language-focused approach to supporting young multilingual children and their families.
Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of The Sympathizer, is set to deliver the keynote address at the 2021 WIDA eConference on October 14. During his address, Nguyen will talk about his experience as a refugee in America and his work to advocate for Asian American Pacific Islanders.
Did you miss the live WIDA Screener for Kindergarten Q&A Webinar? Not to worry! Check out this compilation of the most frequently asked questions and their accompanying answers from the webinar.
WIDA is excited to present the 2021 WIDA eConference. This one-day event will include 20 live sessions with interactive breakout groups and a keynote speaker.
This article by the WIDA Español team discusses mindfulness as a tool to increase language and content learning.
Este artículo de WIDA Español discute cómo la práctica de atención plena sirve como herramienta para aumentar el aprendizaje del lenguaje y contenido académico.
Marsia Tucci is a fifth grade ESOL resource teacher at Jupiter Elementary School in Jupiter, Florida. This is Marsia’s seventh year as an ESOL teacher and 29th year teaching.