Cultivating Leaders in Dual Language Education
and Advocates for Multilingualism & Multiculturalism
TK-12 DLE Changemakers! Come and be part of L.A. Unified’s micro-credential movement! Cultivate your expertise and be recognized for your accomplishments in driving and supporting student learning. You are invited to join the program for 2022-2023.
The application window is now open for the 2022-2023 DLE TK-12 Micro-Credentialing Program!
The Dual Language Education Micro-Credentialing Program focuses on empowering a community of educational leaders by building a solid understanding of Dual Language Education and research-based pedagogy to better serve our diverse student populations.
Interested in joining the movement?
Click here to listen to micro-credential graduates from previous cohorts: video#1, video#2, video#3, video#4
For more information regarding the dates, program structure, and course content please visit: https://achieve.lausd.net/microcred
For additional questions and information, please contact Kennis Wong-Chan, DLE Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/22-23-dle-micro-info-application
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Teacher Resources in other Languages
The following websites provide instructional resources and support for classroom teachers.
Planning and Programming
English Learner Roadmap
Guidance on welcoming, understanding, and educating the diverse population of students who are English learners attending California public schools.
English Language Development Standards
Standards for English Language Development (ELD) for pupils whose primary language is a language other than English.
English Language Arts/English Language Development Framework
Guidance for educators, parents, and publishers to support implementing California’s English Language Arts/English Language Development Standards.
Universal Design for Learning Guidelines
Tool used in the implementation of Universal Design for Learning, a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all individuals based on scientific insights into how humans learn.
Distance Learning Resources for World Languages
A collection of resources for teaching WL remotely. This page is regularly updated.
Stanford World Language Project
To download the WL Standards poster, visit the link titled 2019 World Languages Poster, which highlights what is essential for educators to know about the new standards, why the Communities and Comparisons goal areas have been placed into the primary domain of Communication, and how the WL Standards illustrate necessary shifts in instructional approaches intended to bring about optimal performance among students in world languages classrooms.
California Standards Mobile Application
Lets educators quickly find, search, and sort relevant standards across disciplines to aid in instructional planning and assessment.
Global Education Resources
Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning
The California Department of Education (CDE) supports the use of the Asia Society’s Four Domains of Global Competence as a tool for building the skills of global citizenship.
Educating for Global Competency
Report and recommendations of the 2016 California Global Education Summit.
Global Competence Indicators and Benchmarks
Using the global competence indicators created by the California Global Education Project as a foundation, and aligned with the Four Domains of Global Competence, the benchmarks were generated to guide greater understanding of global competence and to support the implementation of global education programs in kindergarten through grade twelve classrooms, after-school programs, and informal education settings.
To receive quarterly updates and resources related to Global Education, join the CDE Global Education listserv by sending a blank email message to email@example.com.
To unsubscribe from the CDE Global Education Update, send a “blank” message to unsubscribe- firstname.lastname@example.org.