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Teachers: your guide to learning strategies that really work | Teacher Network | The GuardianIn schools across the United States, the presence of English learners in mainstream classrooms is commonplace. But do ordinary classroom teachers have the knowledge and abilities to support these learners? And they knew it was critical that teacher educators better prepare future teachers to serve this growing population. In the paper that resulted, they distilled six principles — a linguistic foundation for the teaching of English learners in mainstream classes. Those principles are excerpted here. If a student is developmentally ready to learn the content of the curriculum, lack of fluency in English should not keep him or her from doing so. Schools serve as a key point of welcome for immigrant and refugee children in America, but politics and changing demographics are complicating how we assist these newcomers.
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Every month Harry Fletcher-Wood reviews the evidence on a school-related theme. This week, he looks at the research into how to support early career teachers. The government recently published its Early Career Framework, which sets out what teachers should know and be able to do in five areas: behaviour management, pedagogy, curriculum, assessment and professional behaviours. The framework comes with commitments of support to ensure teachers can master these skills and knowledge, including a timetable reduction for second-year teachers, training materials and support for mentors. Department for Education Early Career Framework.
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Can't find what you are looking for? Contact Us. Listen to an extended version of this post as a podcast transcript :. Sponsored by Peergrade and mysimpleshow. I first became aware that there might be a problem a few years ago, when one of my kids was studying weather systems: high- and low-pressure systems, cold fronts and warm fronts. We were really frustrated, my husband and I, because all we really had as a reference was the top half of this worksheet that explained the concept.