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DateTimeTitleDescriptionLocationDetails: LOGISTICSDetails: INTENDED AUDIENCEDetails: PRESENTERRegistration
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WIDA
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IDOEIN
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Indiana Education Organizations
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Dual Language Focus
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Other📚
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2023 - 2024
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YEAR ROUND OPPORTUNITIES
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N/A - anyN/A - anyWIDA eLearning Indiana educators have the opportunity to participate in seven, self-paced, on-demand eWorkshops developed by WIDA, a trusted name in the field of multilingual learner education and assessment. The following eWorkshops will be available in the eLearning Center of the WIDA Secure Portal:
- Home Languages in the Classroom
- Leading for Equity: Classroom Walkthrough
- Classroom Educators: Engaging Newcomer Multilingual Learners
- Social Studies: Engaging Multilingual Learners through Inquiry
- Developing Language for Learning in Mathematics
- School Improvement Planning for Multilingual Learners
- The WIDA ELD Standards Framework: A Collaborative Approach
WIDA Secure Portal - eLearning CenterAll IN educators with a WIDA Secure portal login already have access to the webinars. For educators without a WIDA Secure Portal login, the local corporation test coordinator can assign user names and the eLearning permissions.Varying Audiences: EL teachers, classroom teachers, K-12 administrators/leaders, etc.WIDA PresentersNo need to register - find more information and how to access the webinars via the linked flyer.
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INN/A - anyN/A - anyIILP Webinar SeriesPCG and IDOE have created four brief training webinars covering the different parts of the Indiana ILP system. The training topics are:

- Part I: Introduction and Getting Started (being updated)
- Part II: The ILP Process
- Part III: Formal Two-year Monitoring
- Part IV: Program Features and Processes


N/A - OnlineAll videos are free and publicEL program leads and instructional leadersIILP (PCG) and IDOEWebinars are linked directly in the description line. No registration necessary.
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INN/A - anyN/A - anyFull IILP System TrainingNew - Spring 2022 - Full IILP system training. Click this link to view the webinarN/A - OnlineAll videos are free and publicEL program leads and instructional leadersIILP (PCG) and IDOEWebinars are linked directly in the description line. No registration necessary.
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2024MAY
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📚May 2510 a.m. to 12 p.m. ETLanguage Expectations: Making Language Visible in Academic Content StandardsJoin the Illinois Resource Center (IRC) for a WIDA supporting webinar.

This webinar will focus on Language Expectations, one of the four components of the WIDA English Language Development Standards Framework. Language Expectations are goals for content-driven language instruction.

Participants will receive resources to support the implementation of Language Expectations.
Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and teachersIllinois Resource Center (IRC)Registration required
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📚May 302 p.m. ETRaise the Bar: How Community-Based Schools Can Contribute to the Multilingual LandscapeJoin the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) for this webinar that will feature Montserrat Garibay, Assistant Deputy Secretary and Director for OELA at the U.S. Department of Education, who will discuss the importance of heritage language education in the light of OELA’s ‘Raise the Bar’ call to action.Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and teachersU.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA)Registration required
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2024JUNE
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INJun 610 to 11:30 a.m. ETIDOE EL Leadership MeetingJoin IDOE for EL updates, guest speakers, and opportunities to learn from one another!Microsoft Teams MeetingVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and/or teachersIDOEN/A
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📚Jun 810 a.m. to 12 p.m. ETLeading and Learning: Multilingual ProgramsThe Illinois Resource Center (IRC) is hosting a webinar to support developing multilingual programs.

This comprehensive workshop delves into the leadership and learning practices of multilingual education programs that prioritize equitable opportunities and maximize impact for multilingual learners. Participants will engage in reflective sessions to synthesize their learnings and develop action plans for implementing effective program practices.
Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and/or teachersIRCRegistration Required
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📚Jun 121 p.m. to 3 p.m. ETHow Can We Better Support Dual Language Learners with Disabilities?New America is hosting a webinar consisting of two panel discussions.

The first panel will examine the latest research and best practices on supporting dually identified students and provide a better sense of who and where these students are; a second panel will feature parents and family members of dually identified students to share their personal stories and ideas for improved policy support.
Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and teachersNew AmericaRegistration Required
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📚Jun 143 p.m. ETEnglish Learners and Postsecondary EducationThe U.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) is hosting a webinar that will address the current issues related to postsecondary access for English learners (ELs), including newcomer ELs. Presentations will highlight both research and practice perspectives, and panelists will share challenges, successes, and tools that can improve postsecondary access for ELs, highlighting best practices to support students. Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and secondary teachersU.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA)Registration required
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📚Jun 1510 a.m. to 12 p.m. ETFoundational Literacy Skills through Meaningful ConnectionsJoin the Illinois Resource Center for a workshop style webinar that amplifies considerations of the needs of multilingual learners in the area of literacy.

Dive into foundational literacy skills with a focus on cross-language connections and explicit oral language development. This session offers an exploration of effective strategies and guidance for enhancing literacy for multilingual learners.
Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and teachersIRCRegistration required
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📚Jun 1810 a.m. to 12 p.m. ETSupporting Long-Term English Learners in the ClassroomThe Illinois Resource Center (IRC) is hosting a webinar focused on understanding and supporting the needs of long-term English Learners in the classroom.

Participants will:

* Understand the linguistic, academic, and social-emotional needs of long-term English learners in our classrooms
* Learn methods for supporting and engaging long-term English learners
* Walk away with strategies you can immediately use
Webinar, link sent upon registrationVirtual MeetingALL EL coordinators, directors, administrators, and secondary teachersIRCRegistration required
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2024AUGUST
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INAug 89:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. ETIDOE's New EL Directors Kickoff MeetingJoin us for the annual New EL Directors' Kickoff Meeting for the 2024-2025 school year. The New EL Directors meeting is dedicated to our new Indiana EL Directors, where EL programming and compliance basics will be discussed.Microsoft Teams Meeting LinkVirtual MeetingNew EL DirectorsIDOE EL TeamN/A
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INAug 159 to 11:30 a.m. and
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IDOE's All EL Directors MeetingJoin us for the annual All EL Directors' Meeting for the 2024-2025 school year. The IDOE EL Team will present updates and facilitate conversations. Stay tuned for more details! Microsoft Teams Meeting LinkVirtual MeetingAll EL DirectorsIDOE EL TeamN/A
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