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Meeting the Needs of ELL Students Through Blended Learning

Date of broadcast: 
Mon, 10/30/2017
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Nationally, the number of ELL students continues to grow, presenting district administrators with unique challenges. Blended learning that incorporates computer-adaptive assessments and instruction can be a vital resource to meet the needs of these students and help them become proficient in English and succeed academically.

Attend this web seminar to learn more about key strategies for implementing ELL blended learning initiatives on a district level. Our presenters will include a leader of the Department of Multicultural Education in the School District of Palm Beach County in Florida, which is one of the largest districts in the nation, serving more than 194,300 students who speak 154 languages and dialects.

Topics will include:

  • How blended learning supports intervention and instruction for bilingual and ELL students
  • Best practices and strategies for implementing blended learning for ELL students
  • Lessons learned from Palm Beach County’s Office of Multicultural Education
  • Keys to success at a district level

Scheduled speakers:

Lisa Capra
Dual-Language Instructional Specialist
Department of Multicultural Education
School District of Palm Beach County

Viviana Hall
National Educational Consultant

Who will benefit: Administrators interested in blended learning or ELL students. Anyone may attend.

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