The eCALLMS language and equity eWorkshops focus on teaching language skills in multilingual classrooms. eWorkshop content features methods for scaffolding writing, oral language, and effectively teaching concepts to your multilingual students. Getting Kids to Talk About Writing (Grades
The eCALLMS math eWorkshops focus on teaching strategies for elementary and middle school math. eWorkshops include information on teaching specific mathematic content like ratio and proportions, numbers and operations, and fractions to grade level specific bands of multilingual
The eCALLMS science eWorkshops focus on lesson plans, teaching scientific concepts and meaningful scientific learning. eWorkshops focus on scientific inquiry, using the 5E Model to create lesson plans, writing in science and supporting multilingual student success across various grade
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR TEACHERS
Sign up for a FREE online learning experience that requires about two hours a week, for six weeks. Learn with colleagues at your school or teachers who teach at your grade level. Enroll NOW with a study group from your school or district and improve your practice in your multilingual classroom. Start on any date you want when you have a group of three or more teachers!
In August 2016, the eCALLMS grant officially ended. In September 2016, the follow up grant, ICMEE (International Consortium for Multilingual Excellence in Education) was awarded. ICMEE is being run out of the University of Nebraska Lincoln in close collaborationRead more
WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING
I really liked the optional selection each week for the Make It Work portion. This provided my colleagues and I a way to plan something that was meaningful for students depending on where they were at on that particular week's assignment.
The discussions were the best part. It’s always powerful to collaborate with others and get ideas from other professionals.
eCALLMS eWorkshop authors come from a wide range of backgrounds and currently teach, as well as engage in educational research at the University of Colorado-Denver, the University of Denver, the University of Colorado-Boulder, the University of Wyoming and the Aurora Public Schools.