This year, I am aiming to complete my Post Graduate Diploma in TESSOL (Teaching English in Schools with Speakers of Other Languages). It is an area of study that I am quite passionate about. I would strongly recommend this course to any teacher/support worker/principal/other to take up the opportunity to complete this if the course is ever offered to you. It is practical and VERY worthwhile. I believe my practice has
Tonight, as part of the EDPROFST 376 paper: Bilingual Education: Models and Theories, we were asked to brainstorm and sort on a continuum of 'the least you could do as a school' to 'the most you could do as a school' - activities that would help to acknowledge, empower and promote bilingual learners in your school. This is the continuum that the group I was a part of created. Can you suggest any other ideas? Are there things you are doing in your school that you could share?