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In this edition of Conversations with Tim, Tim talks to Okhee Lee, a professor of childhood education at New York University, about the WIDA English Language Development Standards Framework, 2020 Edition. Together they reflect on the evolution of language standards, and how the 2020 Edition impacts multilingual learner education.
Want a quick synopsis of what you need to know to assess, teach and grow with WIDA this school year? Check out this back-to-school guide!
Learn about what’s new in 2022-23 with WIDA Screener, ACCESS for ELLs and WIDA MODEL. Plus, we tell you what you can do to make sure testing counts and how to stay in the know about all things WIDA.
En este artículo, Katie Rozas, miembro del equipo de WIDA Español, comparte formas en que las escuelas pueden alejarse de las expectativas tradicionales de participación de padres hacia prácticas de participación familiar más inclusivas como una estrategia para co-construir una comunidad a la que todos pertenecen.
In this article, WIDA Español team member Katie Rozas shares ways that schools can move away from traditional parent involvement expectations into more inclusive family engagement practices as a way of co-constructing a community that promotes a sense of belonging for all.
Did you know… WIDA powers the Advancing ALTELLA project? Did you know… WIDA has a team of specialists and researchers dedicated to accessibility and accommodation work? Did you know... If you keep reading, we won’t say “Did you know” anymore. And we’ll tell you more about the work WIDA is doing to make our resources and tools accessible to all who use them.
WIDA is delighted to share that Grace Li is the organization’s new chief assessment officer. Grace replaces Gary Cook, WIDA’s senior director of assessment, who is transitioning into a new role at WIDA.
In this edition of Featured Educator, we highlight the 2021-22 Community Gardeners, a group of experienced international educators that supported the WIDA Global Community of Practice – a yearlong professional learning pilot program focused on improving schoolwide systems for multilingual learners.
In this edition of Conversations with Tim, Tim talks to Christopher Rivera, an associate professor at East Carolina University, whose work focuses on culturally and linguistically diverse students who have severe disabilities. During their conversation, Chris gives his take on how to best support multilingual learners with disabilities.
En este artículo, Analleli Muñoz, miembro del equipo de WIDA Español, reflexiona sobre los desafíos y oportunidades distintivas que los estudiantes bi/multilingües han tenido debido a la pandemia.