English Language Learners & Linguicism Workshop (June 17-18, 2019)

Mon, June 17 2019, 9:00 AM - Tue, June 18 2019, 3:00 PM [PST]

1060 Tennessee Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94107, United States

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Mon, June 17 2019, 9:00 AM - Tue, June 18 2019, 3:00 PM [PST]

Partners Professional Learning Room, 1060 Tennessee Street, San Francisco, CA, 94107, United States.

This two-day workshop will explore what inhibits ELLs’ success in many school districts nationally and why attempts to “fix” ELLs aren’t working. Additionally, participants will reflect on their relationships with, and perceptions of, students and families who are English Language Learners and immigrants. We will also:

  • Examine linguicism and implicit bias to consider the impact on ELL achievement
  • Engage in equity conversations relating to language, immigration, and ELLs to build capacity to address the obstacles of ELL achievement
  • Evaluate the current English language development model in order to identify practices to stop, start, and keep
  • Build a repertoire of school and classroom strategies to support ELLs and their families

 

We will provide a continental breakfast. Lunch will be on your own. Please note that our building is a historic building and requires that attendees are able to climb stairs to the second floor. The sessions will run from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. each day.

We have a small number of free parking spots in our parking lot, but we encourage you to carpool or take public transportation (the T line of the Muni stops at 3rd Street and 20th Street, two blocks from our office). 

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

Partners in School Innovation

https://partnersinschools.org/

The Partners in School Innovation approach to school and district transformation is built on a strong foundation of theory and research, as well as nearly 25 years of experience as an education reform organization. Our staff work alongside our school and district colleagues to achieve significant gains in student achievement as well as build the organizational capacity required to sustain these results. In order to achieve our desired results, we support schools to develop practices and mindsets necessary to accelerate student achievement and achieve educational equity.

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