Building Bridges for English Language Learners
Posted by Educational Leadership Journal on December 17, 2019
Educational Leadership: December 2019/ January 2020 | Volume 77 | Issue 4
By valuing English language learners’ (ELLs) strengths, educators can also do more to address their specific needs. Several of the articles in this issue highlight innovative strategies to augment instruction for ELLs, from establishing targeted academic-support programs, to integrating high-leverage formative assessment practices, to using diagrams in math classes.
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