Resources for Mainstream Teachers of English Language Learners
- click here.
(Websites, ERIC Digests, Books) The placement of English
language learners in mainstream classes has become more and more
common in recent years. Many of these students have not developed
the necessary English language proficiency to keep up with their
classmates. What can mainstream teachers do to help English
language learners in their classes excel?
Developing IEPs for English
Rita Brusca-Vega, Ed.D., Professor of Special Education,
Chicago State University
The purpose of this chapter is to present several sample IEPs,
based on the best practices described in the resource book, for
students of different ages, cultural and linguistic backgrounds,
English language proficiency levels, and type of disability.
The Diversity Kit: An Introductory Resource for Social Change in
Education - This new publication from The Education Alliance at
Brown University brings together current research on human development
and cultural diversity. It explores issues of diversity in education
that are essential for schools and teachers who are committed to
quality education for all students.
Click here to learn more (free downloads).
Bilingual Special Education