SupportEd to host free webinar on Multilingual Learners’ Oral Language Development and Content Understanding
- Posted by Michele Iris
- On January 2, 2023
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FAIRFAX, VA — SupportEd is hosting a free webinar titled Peer Learning: Fostering Multilingual Learners’ (MLs’) Oral Language Development and Content Understanding. The interactive webinar will be hosted by Diane Staehr Fenner, PhD, SupportEd President and Founder, alongside Sydney Snyder, PhD, Principal Associate at SupportEd.
Staehr Fenner and Snyder are both Multilingual Learner experts, best-selling authors, and accomplished researchers. They also have extensive practitioner experience working both in classrooms and districts.
During the webinar, participants will learn why peer learning opportunities are essential to MLs’ oral language development and engagement with content. They will also explore four key practices for fostering MLs’ engagement and participation in peer learning activities, and gain access to a Padlet of free tools and resources that will remain live after the event.
Webinar participants will also get the opportunity to enter to win a SupportEd book with a raffle drawing taking place at the end of the session. The webinar is on Tuesday, January 17 at 3:00 pm ET. To save your seat for the free webinar, click here.
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.