QTEL e-SERIES: A PEDAGOGY OF PROMISE, ELEMENTARY LITERACY
Elementary educators of English Learners including teachers, teacher leaders and instructional coaches.
You will work with colleagues to understand theoretically-grounded, evidence-based, and practical approaches to Elementary Literacy Instruction for English Learners. Each session is designed to bring together individual or small-group reading and discussion together with live, whole-group video sessions that demonstrate powerful learning designs.
During the course, participants will learn how to design academically rigorous learning experiences for our English Learners while offering them the supports to simultaneously develop language and disciplinary practices
Module 1: Pedagogy of Promise for Elementary English Learners in Elementary Literacy
Module 2: Pedagogical Scaffolding for English Learners in Elementary Literacy
Module 3: QTEL’s Three Part Lesson Architecture for English Learners in Elementary Literacy
Module 4: QTEL’s Principles for Distance Learning with English Learners in Elementary Literacy
All modules center on a live session with ample opportunities for educators to read, reflect, and apply in depth:
Preparation: participants will read theoretical background, analyze video, and participate in online discussions about major themes
Live Video Session: Participants will experience synchronous activities as if they were students to analyze the conditions under which English Learners can participate in powerful learning experiences that support their development.
Analysis, application, and reflection: Participants will engage in deep analysis of ideas, tasks, and pedagogical moves found in the exemplar lesson from the live session. They will also develop applications to their classroom practice.
November 18, December 2, December 9, December 16
4:30pm – 6:30pm CT
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.