SURVEY - Leading and Learning: Supporting English learners with effective teacher preparation and professional development

Dr. Annette Daoud, Professor in the School of Education, is conducting a research study that seeks to identify effective teaching strategies for high school English learners. You have been identified to participate in this study because you are either 1) a teacher participating in the Professional Development Workshops focused on teaching high school English learners at EUHSD, or 2) a teacher candidate in the Single Subject Credential Program at CSUSM.

The study has two goals:
1) Teach participants, classroom teachers and teacher candidates, research-based effective strategies for English learners to help them learn English and content area knowledge (content area classes of English, Math, Science and Social Studies).
2) Examine the effects of teachers and teacher candidates using research-based effective strategies on the academic achievement of high school English learners.

Your participation in this study is entirely voluntary, and you may withdraw at any time with no consequences.This study has been approved by the California State University San Marcos Institutional Review Board (IRB). If you have questions about the study, you may direct those to the researcher, Dr. Annette Daoud, adaoud@csusm.edu, (760) 750-8519. Questions about your rights as a research participant should be directed to the IRB at (760) 750-4029.

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    Review student data
    Design activities based on my English learners’ proficiency levels
    Use small group or partner activities
    Model an activity
    Make connections to material I have previously taught
    Make connections to students’ lives (experiences, interests)
    Differentiate content based on students’ learning profiles
    Assess students on content standards
    Assess students’ language development daily
    Differentiate assessments based on students’ learning profiles
    Have students plan and deliver oral presentations
    Have students use academic vocabulary in discussions or when asking / answering questions
    Have student support their opinions in discussions
    Have students explain conclusions they have drawn from reading texts
    Have students explain relationships within and across texts
    Have students write informational texts
    Have students write concise summaries
    Have students justify opinions and positions orally
    Have students justify opinions and positions in writing
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