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English-Language Learners Webinar

Classroom Strategies for Building EL Students’ Confidence and Success  

Wed., September 21, 2022, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET
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Discover new strategies to add to your classroom toolkit to inspire and engage your English-learner (EL) students.

For EL students, rich, hands-on learning experiences create the path to success in school and to high-demand STEM careers.

You’ll gain critical insights into:

  • Building student confidence
  • Enhancing student engagement
  • Promoting proficiency in English

Join a panel of educators, with decades of experience from across the United States, as they discuss strategies for clearing paths to that learning success for EL students (PreK-8).

Kathy Carbajal
Two Way Bilingual Immersion Coordinator, Ramona Elementary School, Calif.
Ericka Kihara
Instructional Coach, Deanna Davenport Elementary School, Tex.
Lisa Roskosky
Project Lead the Way Technology Instructor, Canutillo Middle School, Tex.
Edyza Deynes
Principal, Sunnyside Elementary School, Ind.
Jennifer Durante
6th Grade Science and Technology Teacher, Sunnyside Elementary School, Ind.
Beatriz Smith
4th Grade Dual Language Teacher/Coach, Sunnyside Elementary School, Ind.
Theresa Hall
Vice President of Engagement, Project Lead The Way

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