NCELA Webinars provide participants from around the country an opportunity to hear expert speakers present research on all aspects of English learner education. Check this page for updates about upcoming webinars.
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The Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), in collaboration with GlobalMindED hosted this first in a two-part webinar series to inspire linguistically and culturally diverse students to cherish, nurture, and revere their primary culture, heritage, and language so they can realize the short- and long-term personal, educational, and professional benefits of being multilingual. The first
Teacher collaboration that leads to English learner (EL) success, is built on a foundation of shared ownership of EL achievement, and includes co-planning, co-creating, co-facilitating, and co-assessment of learning. This collaboration is even more critical as districts prepare to pivot among a variety of possible scenarios for instruction in the fall. This webinar from the Office of English
Back to School – Aligning Structural and Instructional Practices to Promote English Learner Success During the 2020–21 School Year
Engaging English learners (ELs) in any instructional setting requires alignment of classroom level, school level and district level practices. This coherence becomes even more critical when schools need to pivot between a variety of possible scenarios of school operation. During this webinar, presenters from the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), Department of Justice (DOJ), and
OELA and Gabriela Uro from Council of Great City Schools and Shelly Spiegel-Coleman from Californians Together discussed best practices and examples for continuous EL family and community engagement in the current remote environment. Engaging English Learners and Families through Distance Learning Recording PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)
Students' completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is essential for financial assistance while attending a college or a career school. OELA speaks with Isaiah Ellis, a Federal Student Aid (FSA) Outreach Specialist to learn about FAFSA® updates and new tools and resources from FSA that can help students prepare and pay for college or a career school