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Colorado Department of Education Professional Development - Implementing District Systems to Support Quality ELD Programs - Frisco

Implementing District Systems to Support Quality ELD Programs - Frisco

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: English Learners | Hosted by: Office of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education

Face-to-Face format. Implementing District Systems to Support Quality ELD Programs - Frisco
Face-to-Face format

Colorado Department of Education (CDE) researchers studied fifteen districts and identified nine leading indicators for quality English language development (ELD) programs. Using these nine leading indicators, researchers developed the District-Level Quality English Language Development (ELD) Program Implementation Rubrics to use as a tool in developing, modifying, and/or evaluating systems in support of English learners. In this workshop, participants will learn the background and methodology of the study, as well as the utility of the rubrics within a school/district context. Participants are encouraged to bring local district-level data that will support them in engaging in conversations regarding improvement of systems to support ELD programs.

  • This workshop is designed for a team of educators from a school or district. In order to obtain the most benefit from this workshop, it is highly recommended that at least two educators from a school or a district attend as a team. One member of the team should register all members of the team.
  • Intended Audience - District Directors, Coordinators, and Administrators. Teacher leaders are encouraged to attend with principal approval.

Event Date and Time

  • Tuesday, February 4, 2020 -
    8:30am to 4:00pm

Location

Summit School District - Central Admin Board Room
150 School Road
Frisco, Colorado 80443

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