QTEL LEADERSHIP e-SERIES: LEADING SCHOOLWIDE CHANGE TO AMPLIFY INSTRUCTION FOR ENGLISH LEARNERS*

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TARGET AUDIENCE

 

School and district leaders who are interested in leading change to promote instructional equity for English Learners at their sites.

 

OVERVIEW

 

As we prepare for students nationwide to return to the classroom in the fall, it is important to foster a commitment to deepening and accelerating learning for English Learners, rather than focus on remediation. To address this need, QTEL is offering this leadership course in order to position educators to provide English Learners with optimal and appropriate support to deepen and accelerate their language and content development after an extended period of distance learning.


Leaders in this course will:

  • Experience how to lead sustained, focused, professional learning that develops the capacity of teachers to ensure all English Learners reach their full potential.

  • Receive a Professional Learning Community (PLC) toolkit and all accompanying materials used in the course to implement at their schools.

 

Note: Teachers are encouraged to attend the QTEL e-Series: A Pedagogy of Promise which serves as a compliment to the learning that leaders will gain from this Leadership e-Series.

DATES

 

  • Summer Cohort 1: June 21, 28, July 12, 19 (CLOSED)

  • Summer Cohort 2: July 21, 28, August 4, 11

TIME

11:00 – 1:00 p.m PST

COST

The cost to attend is $900 per participant. This fee includes all materials for asynchronous and synchronous learning components. Participants will be enrolled in the course via Canvas, where they can access asynchronous learning tasks to complete between sessions.

* Participants must attend all sessions. This leadership course is a total time commitment of 20 hours and consists of a mix of synchronous and asynchronous activities. Each five-hour module includes 3 hours of asynchronous work (including assigned readings) and a 2 hour synchronous Zoom session.