As we reflect on how to provide access to instruction so that ALL students can succeed, we must consider the balance of both academic language and grade-level content. Join Dr. María Cioè-Peña in Part Two of this two-part series* to learn about the ways in which educators can integrate a translanguaging approach with students’ home languages and English within the Universal Design for Learning framework in order to maximize students’ opportunities to learn regardless of their classifications.
By attending this session, attendees will leave with an introduction to a practice they can implement in their classrooms that will support both a variety of learners and diverse language users.
Presenter: María Cioe-Pena
*Note: Collaborative members will use only ONE ELL/MLL Instructional (EI) seat to attend this two-part series.