Utah educators have the opportunity to participate in six, self-paced, on-demand eWorkshops developed by WIDA.
Great news! Starting Sept. 1 2019, ALL Utah educators have the opportunity to participate in six, free, self-paced, on-demand eWorkshops developed by WIDA, a trusted name in the field of multilingual learner education and assessment. USBE credit and relicensure points awarded in MIDAS upon completion.
We encourage you to request a WIDA Secure Portal account as soon as possible to take advantage of this exciting professional learning opportunity! This account will give you access to these eLearning resources. Please request an account from your LEA’s Alternative Language Services (ALS) Directors/Title III Coordinators/ESL Directors.
WIDA offers Professional Learning that you can complete when you want, where you want, and at your own pace.
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Builds awareness of ELLs, explores the WIDA ELD Standards Framework, and promotes instructional action that can be taken in the classroom. For K–12 classroom and ESL teachers and school leaders.
Classroom Educators: Engaging Newcomer Multilingual Learners
Explores community building and instructional strategies for teachers of multilingual learners who have recently arrived in the U.S. or who are new to U.S. schools. For K–12 classroom teachers.
WIDA Writing Rubric Series
Supports educators with using the WIDA Writing Rubric to work effectively with multilingual learners in their writing development. For 1–12 ESL teachers.
Leading for Equity: Classroom Walkthrough
Introduces leaders to a classroom walkthrough resource that highlights practices and principles of exemplary and equitable teaching for multilingual learners. For K–12 school leaders.
Doing and Talking STEM
Supports educators as they interact with the resources introduced on the Doing and Talking Math and Science website, which was developed by WIDA researchers. For K–12 science, math, and ESL teachers.
Developing Language for Learning in Mathematics
Illustrates the benefits of designing mathematics instruction to provide multilingual students opportunities to use language to express their ideas and co-construct ideas with others. For K–12 math and ESL teachers.