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LINCS Discussion: Helping Adult English Language Learners Who Have Learning Challenges

Posted on 02/24/2015

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Need help assisting your adult English language learners (ELLs) who may have learning challenges thrive in the classroom? Then save the date for next month's Helping Adult English Language Learners Who Have Learning Challenges special discussion External link opens in new window or tab .

March 2-5, 2015, special guests Robin Lovrien, Lauren Osowski, and Alicia Broggio will lead an in-depth discussion on learning challenges among adult ELLs who may or may not have undiagnosed learning disabilities. We'll spend the week uncovering effective classroom management and instructional practices for your adult learners experiencing learning challenges.

With the goal of enhancing differentiated instructional components for teachers in mixed level ESOL settings, this event will be of particular interest to teachers, teacher aides, and tutors of adult ELLs in the LINCS Adult English Language Learners External link opens in new window or tab and Disabilities in Adult Education External link opens in new window or tab groups. The discussion will focus on strategies for effective instructional practice in the classroom.

Source: LINCS Community External link opens in new window or tab - February 18, 2015.