Improve School-wide Systems for Multilingual Learners
The WIDA Symposium is a forum for innovation and reciprocal learning. You will learn about new resources and developments from WIDA. Together we will explore the latest research and connect with scholars from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
We will also showcase innovation from across the WIDA International School Consortium; you will be able to share both your questions and your good ideas with colleagues from around the region.
Who Should Attend
The Symposium is an exclusive benefit for members of the WIDA International School Consortium. A Symposium is the next step to support action planning and implementation for educators who have already used WIDA resources. Participants must have previous training/experience with WIDA. We encourage teams of EAL teachers, administrators and classroom/subject teachers to attend together.
Upcoming Dates and Locations
Singapore, Singapore, March 21-22, 2020
Register by December 27, 2019 for early bird pricing
Stamford American International School
1 Woodlegh Lane, Singapore 357684
Lodging recommendation: Orchard Rendezvous Hotel
Madison WI, USA, July 20-21, 2020
Register by April 24, 2020 for early bird pricing
702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI, USA
Lodging Recommendations: Coming Soon
Additional Details on Attending a Symposium
What You Will Learn
During the Symposium we will engage in three intentional learning loops:
- You will learn from other international schools
- You will learn about new tools/resources from WIDA
- WIDA will learn from your comments, feedback and questions
8:00am - 8:30am: Coffee and Refreshments
8:30am - 12:00pm: Morning Session (including coffee break)
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Lunch (provided)
1:00pm - 4:00pm*: Afternoon Session (including coffee break)
* Note: The afternoon session of the final day will conclude at 3:00pm
Prices in U.S. dollars
$550 Early Bird Price
$650 Regular Price
Registration fee includes refreshments and lunch for two days. Participants also receive a copy of the WIDA International English Language Development Standards and Resource Guide.
Participants are eligible to earn 1 graduate level credit through the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
To register for credit:
- Choose "credit registration" during the registration process.
- Apply for special student status by following the directions provided in your confirmation email.
- Complete the assignment. Instructions are provided during the Institute.
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Registration fee is non-refundable. No refunds will be issued for cancellations or no-shows. If the event is cancelled, applicants will be reimbursed for registration fees only.
Travel and Lodging
Attendees are responsible for booking their own travel and lodging. All travel, transportation, and parking expenses are paid by attendees.
What Past Participants Say
"We like the WIDA framework because it gives us a strong specific way to measure student needs and progress. It provides both teacher tools and learning opportunities and we use it to measure the success of our program. With numerous other international schools also using the tool it provides a common ground of understanding for comparing programs and for recruiting teachers." – Deputy Head of School, Africa
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