Increasing Teacher Effectiveness and Improving Achievement of ELLs
Pathways for Teaching and Learning with English Language Learners is a yearlong professional development program intended to support middle and secondary mainstream teachers across the disciplines as they work to raise student achievement among ELLs.
Targeted to address both the English language proficiency and academic content needs of ELLs
This Pathways is organized around four key questions:
- In what ways can we plan and facilitate students’ language development while engaging learners in rigorous content?
- How can we create effective learning environments that facilitate student achievement?
- How can we provide opportunities for students to use language, learn language, and learn about language?
- How can we help students actively engage in learning?
How does it work?
For more on how Pathways can help you with your ELL needs, take a tour.
Download an overview and fact sheet on how Title I funds can be used to support school wide implementation of Pathways.
Register for our upcoming free virtual open house on Wednesday, August 26 at 2:00 p.m. EDT and hear how other schools are integrating this professional development experience into their school improvement plans. Contact the professional development office of NCTE if you would like to request a private tour for your school leadership team.