REGISTRATION FORM 2019 Fall Institutes
WELCOME!
Welcome to the online registration form for securing your attendance at one (or more) of the 3 ElevatED Learning 2019 Fall Workshops. Please take a few minutes to complete and submit.

This registration form CLOSES ON WEDNESDAY, November 13, 2019 or when the workshops reach capacity.

**** Institute materials, morning coffee and lunch will be provided to all attendees. ****

If you have any questions, please contact Daria Witt at dariawitt@elevatedlearningservices.com.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOPS
Ensure your English Learners get the support they need. Tired of boring, lecture-based PDs that just aren’t practical? Our interactive professional development workshops provide you the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to meet the diverse needs of your English Learner students. Get the CTLE credit you need by attending one of our full day workshops. All participants receive 5.5 CTLE credit hours per workshop per day. All workshops are applicable to all teachers (grades K-12) of any subject area (including bilingual and English as a Second Language) and level of experience.

1. MAKING COMPLEXITY ACCESSIBLE FOR ENGLISH LEARNERS
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Discover the key scaffolds that put rigorous content and academic language within reach of all English Learners by “walking in their shoes” in this experiential workshop.

2. TRANSLANGUAGING: LEVERAGING HOME LANGUAGE AS A SCAFFOLD TO ACCESS HIGHER-ORDER THINKING
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Learn how to effectively incorporate opportunities for students to use their home languages in your classroom, as both a scaffold for accessing rigorous content as well as a tool for supporting students’ English development.

3. FOSTERING COLLABORATIVE LEARNING WITH ENGLISH LEARNERS
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Learn how to move away from the front of the room to help your students develop the conversational and academic language they need for engaging in academic reading and writing. The content of this workshop is closely aligned with Hallmark 2 of the Advanced Literacies Framework (Talk/Discuss to Build Language and Knowledge) and will provide direct support and hands-on practice to help you incorporate collaborative and productive discussions in your classroom.


WHERE?
335 Adams Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(Downtown Brooklyn, next to the Marriott Hotel)

Trains:
N, R, W to Court Street
2,3,4, 5 to Borough Hall
A/C/F/R trains to Jay Street
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