Educators have no shortage of options when it comes to online resources and curriculum. How can you identify the good ones? We've developed a six-dimensional model for evaluation.
Pete Rogan began his career teaching English as a Foreign Language in Poland and Japan and has a Masters in teaching ESL. Pete transitioned from teaching to providing support and technology consulting for faculty at K-12 and higher education institutions. He joined the staff at Edmentum in 2004, working in the development of the company’s learning management systems and its online courses and assessments. Pete currently performs the role of Instructional Architect on our Curriculum team.
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In recent months, a number of states have enacted changes in policy to bolster their support for the native languages of English language learners in their schools. These states are embracing the benefits of additive bilingualism. In its most robust form, additive bilingualism refers to an active policy of a school to provide core curricular instruction in the student’s native language, as well as teaching the student English.