Conducted by Dr. Lezley Lewis and Caitlin Elam
Audience: All K-12 Teachers and Administrators
Participants may be eligible to earn three graduate credits for this workshop.
Second Language learners are a presence in every classroom and our schools now have more multi-culturally and linguistically diverse learners. This workshop will provide the foundational principles of second language research along with practical and relevant classroom applications that teachers can use immediately in with their students. Enrolled participants will be able to engage with these experts and develop new skills such as translanguaging to help their students succeed.
All participants will receive a certificate of completion for 45 clock hours of professional development.
Please note that to get graduate credit from SUNY Buffalo State you must either be enrolled in their International Graduate Program for Educators or you must have applied and been approved for non-degree graduate credit. For more information about this please refer to our website link on graduate credit. To earn graduate credit you must pay an additional fee of $390 directly to SUNY.