Recorded on May 13, 2020
Distance learning experiences that promote conceptual and linguistic development for English Learners require a shift in teacher expertise and instructional design.
In this archived webinar, the presenters demonstrate how secondary educators can adapt and implement lessons in a distance learning environment that promote rigor and high levels of support.
Learn how to plan appropriate scaffolds for students engaging with subject-matter content in synchronous, asynchronous, and no-tech environments. The following topics are addressed in this webinar:
- Integrating activities that encourage students to discuss, argue, and analyze rigorous grade-level texts
- Grouping students to optimize instruction
- Providing options for synchronous and asynchronous learning
This is the second of a 13-part webinar series designed to support English Learners in distance learning settings.