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  • 4 Strategies to Make Your Push-In Model Effective

    • Nov 6, 2023
    • Eman Magableh

    In English language push-in models, only so much can be done in a very short amount of time—from teaching language to teaching content. In push-in models, an English language professional brings...

  • Is Your University Prepared to Recruit Graduate Students to Online Programs?

    • Oct 16, 2023
    • Heather Brown and Bernard Carter

    Overall, online program enrollment has increased significantly, thanks to the pandemic initially driving the shift in modalities. And for some groups of students pursuing higher education, this shift has continued.

  • Measuring Your Research Impact

    • Oct 9, 2023
    • Dr. Christine Coombe

    Throughout my career, although I engaged in all the professional pursuits connected to an academic career (e.g., teaching, research, publication), I didn’t concern myself with the legacy I was creating — and hence evaluating my impact — until recently...

  • Admissions advisor helping student

    Personalize Your Student Engagement Process in 6 Steps

    • Sep 25, 2023
    • Blaine Johnson

    In this article, Blaine Johnson, explains how the Student Engagement Model makes it possible for the admissions team to instill the confidence prospective students need to succeed.

  • multilingual student participation

    Beyond sentence frames: Scaffolding emergent multilingual students' participation in science discourse

    • Sep 11, 2023
    • Laura Alvarez, Sarah Capitelli, Guadalupe Valdés

    This article describes research we conducted in fifth grade classrooms to explore the question: How can teachers scaffold emergent multilingual students' participation in student-to-student discussions with the goal of supporting their language use and scientific sense-making?

  • Teacher burnout

    How School Leaders Can Curb Teacher Burnout

    • Sep 4, 2023

    This article discusses creating initiatives to improve mental health, allowing increased agency in roles, and offering tools that ensure educators can meet the needs of the whole child.

  • Student reading WPB with teacher

    Wordless but not silent: Unlocking the power of wordless picture books

    • Aug 21, 2023
    • Jennifer D. Honaker, Ryan T. Miller

    We argue for the power of WPBs for literacy development among English learners (ELs) by addressing common misconceptions, highlighting unique benefits to ELs, suggesting practical pedagogical implications, and offering examples of implementation.

  • Students with puzzle pieces

    SEL Meets ESL: Emotional Intelligence for Non-Native Speakers

    • Aug 7, 2023

    Many non-native speakers face an onslaught of academic and social challenges, and that means social–emotional learning becomes every bit as crucial as language education.

  • Group of teachers

    Ongoing Professional Development for Busy Teacher Teams

    • Jul 31, 2023
    • Nicholas Bradley, Jason R. Walters

    In this article, we share how to implement a PD system that was introduced within a team of busy teachers.

  • Man receiving micro-credentials

    Micro-Credentials: The New Enrollment Funnel for Tomorrow’s University

    • Jul 17, 2023
    • Krysia Lazarewicz

    In this article, Krysia Lazarewicz, Vice President of Business Development at Wiley University Services, discusses the importance of credentials for learners and employers and explores how universities can evolve to meet their needs.

  • Student blogging

    Revisiting Blogging for English Learners in 2023

    • Jul 10, 2023
    • Brent Warner

    Today, we’re revisiting the value of blogging for multilingual learners of English (MLEs) in 2023, focusing on two key areas: language development and the benefits of having an instant audience.

  • Students uniting

    Helping Students to Recognise and Respond to Social Injustice: Suggested Strategies and Resources

    • Jun 26, 2023
    • Naashia Mohamed

    As educators, this may be a useful opportunity to enable conversations about inequities and injustices, so that we can help students to develop the critical thinking, collaboration, and self-reflection skills necessary to foster a better society

  • Students working in a group

    Creating Space for Translanguaging for Elementary School-Aged MLLs

    • Jun 19, 2023
    • Judie Haynes

    Here are ways teacher education programs can promote creation of spaces for translanguaging to become common in all bilingual, ESL, and general education classrooms.

  • Special Education teacher

    Special Education Teacher Burnout: Why It Happens and What to Do About It

    • Jun 12, 2023

    In this feature, we aim to identify the symptoms of special teacher burnout, discuss why the attrition happens in such a fast and sustained way, and point out the best way to course correct.

  • An SEL Toolbox for the English Language Classroom

    • Jun 5, 2023
    • Yevgeniya Pukalo, Kelsey DeCamillis

    Language learning was hindered in many ways in the shift to online learning, but at the same time as these obstacles presented themselves, a window of opportunity opened that allowed us to discover creative solutions to these issues and to focus on social-emotional learning (SEL) needs of students in the English language classroom.

  • Literacy

    When literacy ate language: An analysis of a research-based literacy intervention for designated English Learners

    • May 29, 2023
    • Trish Morita-Mullaney, Fang Gao, Rong Zhang

    In this case study, the researchers examine a literacy intervention and how it is interpreted and implemented by elementary reading specialists.

  • ChatGPT

    ChatGPT: What Educators Need to Know

    • May 15, 2023

    So, what is ChatGPT? And what does its existence mean for teachers and administrators?

  • Creating a supportive classroom

    Inspiring Equity for Vulnerable Learners

    • May 8, 2023
    • Jana Moore, Mary Jane Boynton

    Creating an environment that is all-inclusive and accepting of diversity will result in a welcoming space, which students can easily recognize.

  • English Language Learner

    Revise federal policy on classification of English language learner

    • May 2, 2023
    • David Klayton

    Current federal policy on ELL classification is detrimental to educational opportunities due to the invalidity of classification and the systemic inequity of reclassification and tracking. However, there is hope for a more equitable future for ELLs.

  • English Language Learners: How to Support the Whole Child

    • Apr 25, 2023

    We are a country made up of a wide variety of cultures, and it shows in the classroom. English language learners (ELLs) make up the fastest growing demographic in our schools.