Archive for October, 2016

Esperanza Trainings – space still available!

Building Spanish language skills for the native Spanish speaking student isn’t as easy as it might sound. In fact, it’s something many bilingual educators find difficult.  The bottom line is this: the way one goes about building initial literacy skills is different in Spanish than English!   Upcoming trainings on Esperanza, the Spanish language multisensory, structured language […]

Looking for online books? Check out these FREE math, science, and social studies books!

United for Literacy has a wide selection of audio books that can be used as introduction to a lesson, shared with families or that students can later read independently. Books are grouped by categories such as: Earth and Sky, Plants and Food, Create and Play, Community and many more! Have students that speak multiple languages? No […]