ESOL ENDORSEMENT COURSES
- Administrative Accountability for ESOL Programs Communication – No. ELL-ED-297
- Applied Linguistics, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-138
- Assessment of English Language Learners and Progress Monitoring, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-203
- Cross-Cultural Communications and Understanding, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-260
- ELL/ESOL for Administration, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-298
- ELL/ESOL for Guidance Counselors – No. ELL-ED-214
- ESOL Curriculum and Instruction, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-131
- ESOL Essentials for Content Area Teachers, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-147-2
- ESOL for Administrators: Understanding of Culture and Effective Communication No. ELL-ED-296
- ESOL Instructional Leadership No. ELL-ED-299
- ESOL Methods of Teaching for Category III Teachers: Strategies for Professionals, K-12 – No. ELL-ED-213
- ESOL Testing and Evaluation Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-172
- Methods of Instruction for ELLs, Grades K-12 – No. ELL-ED-112
ESOL Instructional Leadership No. ELL-ED-299
This course aligns with Florida ESOL Competencies for: ESOL for Administrators/Category IV
Participants will develop clear understanding of the role of and responsibilities of leadership in ESOL instructional programs. A district and school-wide understanding of the programs through an understanding of culture and its impact on instructional pedagogy will engage all district stakeholders invested in ESOL programs and progress.
- Understand multicultural instruction for diverse student populations.
- Learn how to support the integration of multicultural instruction in classrooms.
- Develop awareness of issues facing ELL students and the wider ELL community.
- Understand formal and informal assessment of ESOL programs and for ELLs in all capacities: language skills, language impairment, special education, giftedness.
- Communicate these methods and strategies to all stakeholders in support of effective ESOL programs to garner support among the wider district and school community.
- Understand how to screen for language deficits and indicators of learning disabilities, particularly among special education students, language impaired and understand the distinction among them.
- Understand how to screen for effective programs that support the needs of ELL students.
- Understand how to identify and support effective professional development programs and methods for teachers in support of the ELL students that they teach through research and evidence-based curriculum.
- Apply research-based principles and pedagogy in support of ESOL programs.
- Identify digital and technical resources and materials in support of ESOL programs, and in support of teacher professional development as it flows into ELL language development and academic achievement.
- Effectively coach and evaluate school staff to support methods and resources for successful ESOL program implementation and support the school’s Continuous Improvement Model.
This course is 20 hours