Six Strategies to Reach, Teach, and Close Math Gaps: For Latino English Language Learners in Elementary and Middle School
Learning and understanding the unique language of math can be a challenge for many Latino English Language Learners (ELLs). Read the white paper below to learn six strategies to reach, teach and close math gaps for Latino ELLs in elementary and middle school.
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ELLs and students in Dual Language Immersion programs benefit from the same rigorous curriculum, equal access, and scaffolded support that builds deep math understanding and enables all students to reach high standards—in the language that works best for them.
Take advantage of the information Tim Hudson, PhD provides in the new white paper, Six strategies to reach, teach, and close math gaps for Latino English Language Learners in elementary and middle school.
In his white paper, he covers:
- How game-like environments help develop ELLs problem solving skills and persistence
- The power of assessment that is balanced and dynamic
- How self-directed learning with the support of technology increases equity and access
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Six Gap-Closing Classroom Math Strategies Infographic
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Source: DreamBox Learning