Enhancing Practice with
Early English Language Learners
Friday, April 29, 2011
Robertson Hall - Dodds Auditorium,
A FREE conference co-sponsored by:
|Education Research Section||The Future of Children||
The National Institute for
Early Education Research
The Woodrow Wilson School
of Public and International Affairs
This conference will target specific educational issues regarding Early English
Language Learners. The day will work to bridge research and practice by
highlighting research-based methods. An overview of the research on ELL’s will
specifically address topics of Demography, Social and Emotional Development and
Instructional Models. Additional panels will discuss practical solutions
regarding child and classroom assessment and professional development.
Furthermore, this conference will provide examples of creative school models
that have been applied to work with young ELL’s.
This conference is organized by the Education Research Section (ERS), and co-sponsored by the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER), The Future of Children journal (FOC), and The Woodrow Wilson School (WWS). It is designed in conjunction with the latest issue of The Future of Children journal, Immigrant Children, which is due to be released in Spring 2011. This conference is designed for school administrators and decision-makers working with English Language Learners in pre-k to 3rd grade.