ELLs in Special Education: Evidence and Practice

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Students with disabilities who are linguistically and culturally diverse present unique challenges to educators. In particular, the process of acquiring a second language while learning content specific concepts has specific implications for instruction and assessment of English language learners. This workshop will address cultural and linguistic implications for the referral and evaluation process for this population.

1) ELLs in Special Education – PowerPoint
2) Asking the Right Questions – resource materials
3) Access Interpretive Guide for Score Reports – resource materials
4) Growth Chart – resource materials
5) Language Learning or Disability? – resource materials

Title of Training: ELLs in Special Education: Evidence and Practice
Presenter: Ana Sainz de la Pena, Connie Cochrane, Paula Zucker
Training Date: 11/06/2013

Topic: English Learners, Response to Instruction & Intervention

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