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Negotiating Language Policies in Schools

 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 3:54 am    Post subject: Negotiating Language Policies in Schools Reply with quote

In reading about the personalized learning is would seem that enough changes would need to be made so the student gets what he/she needs. However, isn't this what we do on a daily basis. We can create a great curriculum and outstanding lessons but it is up to the educator to know their students and create daily learning opportunities for them. When a classroom has a co-teacher the classroom becomes a heaven for learning. Boundaries must be placed and expectations reviewed weekly. The two-way teacher classrooms are at its best the ideal way to teach...especially for our ELL learners.
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