Good afternoon! We have produced a training for folks who are responsible for completing the Title III portion of the Consolidated Compliance Report. You can access the course through e-campus – Title III, Part A Online Compliance Report Training 2012-2013(SU1327268). If you have questions or need assistance with the report please call our department and we will gladly assist you!
Good afternoon! In our efforts to bring you assessment/accountability information in an ongoing fashion, we have a new video for you! This video summarizes the changes to the assessment systems that English language learners participate in and gives a brief overview of how ELLs will be included in 2014 accountability. Please use the link below to access the video. You will need to scroll down until you see the video “Assessment Pathways for Enlish Langauge Learners”.
In the event that you want to share the information with your district, please use the links below to access the power point and the TEA chart. Please selece the May curriculum council meeting and scroll down until you see the heading “Assessment Pathways for English Language Learners.”
There is never enough time to search for the information you need to know when changes have been made in the world of bilingual/ESL education. In this column “Did you know?” you will find links to changes in the laws or useful information you can use in the classroom. Enjoy the “quick” search.
Hello! I have two exciting events to share with you! Region 13 is proud to host an audio conference addressing the topic of serving English language learners with disabilities and the compliance issues surrounding this group of students. This free event is scheduled for April 15 and is specifically for 504 Coordinators, Special Education Directors, and Bilingual Coordinators. Please reveiw the attached flyer for registration information.
Please save the date for the 2014 Title III Symposium. This event will be held at the Austin Convention Center on July 29-30th. Information regrading early registration can be found on the attached flyer.
Hope to see you at these events!
Attached you will find a list of all of the courses that are available in Project Share. These courses are self paced and free of charge for all Texas educators. Each course has a link in which an individual can simply click and join by following a few steps. If assistance is needed with a Project Share account or with enrolling in a course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please click here to preview the courses available.
This training is designed as a training of trainers to help educators become familiar with a new resource, the ELPS Instructional Tool. This guide will provide educators with insight into the essential instructional components for supporting ELLs identified at the beginning and intermediate levels of English proficiency and effectively design and deliver instruction to better meet the needs of these students. The training will provide an overview of the components of the guide, including the language development process, the Proficiency Level Descriptors, and an overview of the varying degrees of linguistic accommodations for each language domain. Participants who attend the training will receive copies of the ELPS Instructional Tool and training materials for their district. Please keep in mind that the individuals who attend the training will be responsible for disseminating the information to their appropriate staff. Please register through the ESC ecampus system.
Course information: ELPS Instructional Tool # SP1429279 April 22, 2014 9am -12 pm.
Adelante! is an educator‐led conference focused on Bilingual/Dual Language education in Central Texas. This conference is a forum for educators to share their experiences with other educators, to disperse insight and innovations in teaching and learning that occur daily on campuses throughout the region, and to ignite conversations among educators about working with bilingual students, families, and communities. For more information, please view the attached flyer and link.
Parental involement is criticial to the success of students, particularly English languge learners. This article provides an insight into the development of a parent task force that will assist schools in meeting this goal.
Please use the following link to access the article.