Corwin TeachALL for Teachers, Coaches, & Supervisors

Many are asking for information about the Corwin TeachALL APP.  It’s intended for teachers, coaches, & supervisors to strengthen their work with students who do not possess the academic language/literacy skills needed for school success. Here’s a short two-minute video about the APP: Corwin TeachALL.  It’s available, now, in the Apple Store.  

Corwin TeachALL Released in Apple Store!

Corwin’sTeachALL APP has been released in the Apple App Store! It is a research-based planning, observation, and reflection/evaluation tool that is intended for teachers, coaches, & supervisors to advance student engagement and academic performance & parent-school partnerships. It draws from teachers’ strengths using a four-stage model for professional growth to support the needs of ALL learners.  TeachALL includes over 20 video examples of elementary, middle and high school practitioners. Go here to learn more! http://www.corwin.com/learning/corwinteachall.html

UNDERSTANDING THE OPPORTUNITY GAP AS AN ACADEMIC LANGUAGE GAP

Many educational scholars and practitioners, including me, have written extensively about teaching students from underserved populations.  The focus of this work has included students living in poverty, from diverse cultural and racial experiences, and who are English learners. These are made more relevant by an ever-increasing population of students and families living in poverty, the significant rate of school absenteeism among our nation’s poor, and an increase in racial, ethnic, and linguistic diversity among the ...Read More

THE WAR ON POVERTY: FIFTY YEARS AND COUNTING

A half a century ago, President Lyndon Johnson declared a War on Poverty and launched several initiatives intended to battle the ravages of a chronic and persistent problem. Among these was the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). It required that any institution receiving federal funding could not deny anyone access to any program or activity based on race, color, or national origin (Hanna, 2005). There were many educational initiatives that occurred during this ...Read More

Unleashing the power of academic language in this free webinar

On April 2nd at 3PM PST and 6PM EST, Corwin Press is hosting a free webinar where I will be presenting on academic language as it applies to the general population of students including those who possess school language and those who are learning it while attending school.  To register, simply click on the link below and press the red box labeled Register for Free Webinar.   http://bit.ly/1jxqvFf