Classroom Strategies for Teaching ELLs with SLD

Online PD for Teachers of Students with Learning Disabilities

Nearly 10% of students in the U.S. are English Language Learners (ELLs) and 15% of those students have a learning disability. Learn practical, research-based teaching strategies to help these students succeed in the classroom by enrolling in Instructing English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities.

Course participants will:

  • Learn about Structured English Immersion (SEI), social & academic language, and assessing ELLs
  • Explore cultural considerations for language acquisition
  • Learn instructional strategies to support ELLs using principles from universal design for learning (UDL)

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Thank you for a well-organized course. From a teacher’s perspective, I appreciate the easy access to the information, clear deadlines and specific expectations regarding assignments. This was my first course with Landmark Outreach. If all courses are organized in this format, I will definitely check back to the website for future professional development. 

Melissa T.
ESL teacher

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