A Professional Development Series Designed to Meet Teachers’ Needs in the Classroom
This series of 3 interactive workshops will provide classroom teachers with effective strategies they can put to use the very next day! Teachers will be presented with specific practices to enhance their instruction of linguistically diverse students.
3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
December 6, January 10, & February 25
The Young Building, Salve Regina University
518 Bellevue Ave. Newport, RI
The workshop is free for educators in ACE schools. Attendance is limited. To reserve your seat for the series e-mail Kitty Rok email@example.com
Workshop Presenters: Patricia Morris serves as the RIDE ELL Coordinator. Prior to her current position, Pat was a teacher and administrator in Central Falls for 26 years. Pat has extensive experience in ELL assessment, placement and instruction, including sheltered ELL, Dual Language and ESL support. Pat is a member of the board of RITELL, a frequent presenter at professional conferences and recently co-authored an article on ELL for TESOL Journal (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages)
Dr. Gia Renaud, is an Assistant Professor of Education at Salve Regina University. Dr. Renaud earned her D.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Johnson & Whales University. Prior to joining the Education Department at Salve Dr. Renaud taught in inclusion classrooms in Fall River elementary schools.