English Learner Collaborations Project seeks Social Studies-ESL teacher teams and individuals
As part of our Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources project, the Massachusetts Council for the Social Studies will be offering a 2023-2024 cohort of the virtual Professional Learning Community for ESL and Social Studies teachers to learn from one another. Meetings will be 60 minutes and are all on Tuesdays, 4p-5p Eastern Time. Oct 17, Nov 14, Dec 12. Jan 16 (no February) Mar 12 (no April) May 7.

By completing this form, you are adding your email to be notified of the planned dates and to receive additional information. 

Participating teachers will receive document of professional development hours (PDPs in Massachusetts, letter documenting hours, for other states. Please direct questions to projects@masscouncil.org.

Image credit: Lewis Hine, 1909. "Steamer Glass [i.e. class]" in Hancock School, Boston. Immigrant children. Location: Boston, Massachusetts. Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018674334/ 
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ESL or Social Studies primary expertise?
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What grade(s) do you teach?
What percentage of your students are English Learners/Multilingual Learners?
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Are you hoping to partner with a counterpart (ELL or HSS) in your district in participating in this PLC? If so, please add the name, district, and work scope of your potential partner. 
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