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The Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook Directory

The Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook Directory is the most complete interactive, online resource for K-12 educators who are seeking professional growth. You will easily find accredited programs, supplemental materials, software, workshops, and resources to meet your continuing education needs.

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Response to Intervention

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English Language Learners

The English Language Learners section features professional development courses and materials including reading and writing teaching techniques, assessment ideas, interactions with interpreters, and more.

Lesson Planning and Unit Design

The Lesson Planning and Unit Design section features professional development programs, materials, and resources including how to best construct lesson plans and units for different students’ learning styles and content areas, curriculum planning for school year, and more.

Project-Based Learning

The Project-Based Learning section features professional development programs, materials, and resources including tools to develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills with students, individual and group projects for specific content areas, and more.

 

INTEGRATED THEMATIC PLANNING

 


Structure of the Four by Four Unit
 Integrated Thematic Planning for ELD/SDAIE  
 

Jill Kerper Mora 
San Diego State University
 

  TABLE OF CONTENTS 
 

Purpose

Overview

Unit Rationale

Lesson Plans

Materials Samples

References

Online Resources

4X4 Planning Grid

Group Work

PLC 915 Syllabus

Five Step 
Lesson Planning

Accessibility to
Textbooks

MoraModules Menu

Dr. Mora's Home Page

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The Learning Coach - Strategic Learning and Training Skills

STRATEGIC INSTRUCTION MODEL

Strategic Instruction Model GRAPHIC
Content Enhancement Routines
Learning Strategies

 

 







 
  

Classroo

Toolkit Introduction

Classroom Instruction
Q&A
Unit and Lesson Plans
 Introduction 
 First Grade Math
 Second Grade Library
 Third Grade Dance
 Third Grade Math 
 Fourth Grade Reading
 Fifth Grade Lang. Arts
Study Guide
Additional Resources



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Doing What Works - English Language Learners

Doing What Works (DWW) is a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The goal of DWW is to create an online library of resources that may help teachers, schools, districts, states and technical assistance providers implement research-based instructional practice. 



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SIM is about promoting effective teaching and learning of critical content in schools. SIM strives to help teachers make decisions about what is of greatest importance, what we can teach students to help them to learn, and how to teach them well.

We advocate trying to teach a little less content, but teaching it better.

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Using English for Academic Purposes
A Guide for Students in Higher Education

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Andy Gillett

© Andy Gillett, 2010

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The A.L.A.D.I.N. program

ALADIN (Academic Language: Assessment and Development of Individual Needs) is a research-based assessment and curriculum. The program was developed to assess and address the college-level academic language needs of students. (more...)

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