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One Month of Project GLAD
 Another great post from our guest blogger, Richele Dunavent! After one month of Project GLAD implementation
in a first grade co-teaching classroom I am excited to share that the level of
student engagement is extremely high as well as the level of authenti...

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Los 43
With her permission, I am sharing Marta Sanchez's personal comment about 43 Mexican Pre-service teachers who disappeared on September 26th. Marta is an assistant professor of social foundations at UNCW. Los 43 At the entrance of la Escuela
Normal Rural “Raú...

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Another Great Post from our guest blogger, Richele Dunavent about Project GLAD
Well, after four
days of watching our two exceptional Project GLAD trainers from California
teach a first grade class using the strategies, I am ready to go back into the
regular classroom so I can teach thematic units again. Not really, but it was
so energ...

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Meet our guest blogger for the semester, Richele Dunavent!
My name is Richele
Dunavent, and I began my teaching career in the regular elementary classroom in
2000. However, I have been teaching ESL for the past eight years.  I finally earned my National Board
Certification in ESL in 2012 after repeating several ent...

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"Read to Me in My Language"
Contributed by: Sydney Reinhold, Guest Blogger (Sydney is one of several students from UNCW's Watson College of Education who is currently visiting and teaching in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. With her permission, we are reposting from her personal blog.) ...

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Putting Gifted ELLs on the Radar Angela Sawyer It is well documented that too often, ELLS are an overlooked
group for gifted services.   According to
Duke Tip, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving academically and
talented youth, “Among all the su...

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Immerse Yourself
Contributed
by: Matt Hilton             A
big part of teaching English as a Second Language and working with English
Language Learners is understanding the culture they bring with them. This
summer I had the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica through the W...
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