In this workshop, participants will learn how to read the RLAT, the ATS report that breaks down MLL/ELLs’ NYSESLAT scores from the past three years. Participants will explore how to understand the raw vs. converted scores, understand the nuances of how MLL/ELLs are performing overall, as well as in the four domains: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about and explore different resources that can help them track MLL/ELL data and progress throughout the year.
By attending this session, attendees will leave with…
- an understanding of how to interpret students’ NYSESLAT scores by subtest (listening, speaking, reading, and writing)
- an action plan to help implement resources explored during the workshop
- the beginnings of a network of fellow MLL/ELL charter educators
*This event is part of the MLL/ELLInstruction strand and is seat-free for members of The Collaborative for Inclusive Education.