SupportEd Talks Culturally Responsive Teaching on ‘Teaching MLs Podcast’ with Tan Huynh
- Posted by Michele Iris
- On January 25, 2022
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SupportEd’s Principal Associate, Dr. Sydney Snyder, and President, Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner, were guests on episode 92 of Tan Huynh’s Teaching MLs Podcast. The podcast is intended for teachers who are passionate about language learners.
The duo talked all things MLs (multilingual learners) and shared the five principles of culturally responsive teaching for MLs. The content is based on their best-selling book, Culturally Responsive Teaching for Multilingual Learners: Tools for Equity. In the book, both authors share practical, replicable ways educators can draw from students’ strengths and promote multilingual learners’ success within and beyond the classroom.
“It’s always great being able to share our content and ideas with a new audience,” stated Dr. Sydney Snyder.
“If we can make an impact and help even one educator to provide insight on culturally responsive teaching, that’s a success,” shared Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner.
Tan Huynh is a career teacher, consultant, and author specializing in language acquisition and literacy development. He is an expert in multilingual learners and provides an array of resources to teachers who are committed to serving multilingual students.
Listen to the episode and learn about the five principles of culturally responsive teaching for MLs.
SupportEd, LLC is a woman-owned small business based in Fairfax, VA specializing in Multilingual Learners (MLs). Founded in 2011 by Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner, best-selling author and ML expert, SupportEd meticulously crafts customized solutions to fit each client’s strengths, needs, and provides teachers and administrators the practical tools necessary to champion MLs’ success within and beyond the classroom. All SupportEd team members have prior experience in the classroom which enables the SupportEd team to provide realistic, actionable solutions. Services include online and in-person immersive professional development workshops, easy-to-implement tools and resources, and an array of supporting services. Visit SupportEd.com or call (202) 660-1444 to learn more.