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Unlock the power of effective adult English language instruction!


Adult English language education instructors, these two free webinars brought to you by the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) will elevate your teaching skills. Inspire your adult English learners with techniques based on CAL’s Fundamental Principles of Effective Adult Language Education, available here.


⭐️ Webinar 1: Principles 1–4


Discover strategies for adult English language instruction, including learner-centeredness, leveraging learners’ assets, and incorporating all language modalities. Boost English language proficiency with engaging classroom and virtual activities. Click here to follow along with the presentation slides from Webinar 1: Principles 1–4.



⭐️ Webinar 2: Principles 5–8


Enhance your teaching with insights on comprehensible input, developing metacognitive awareness in learners, and creating a supportive learning environment. Build an inclusive and engaging English language learning experience with a toolkit of excellent techniques. Click here to follow along with the presentation slides from Webinar 2: Principles 5–8.



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The Center for Applied Linguistics' webinar series titled "Research to Policy: Critical Conversations in Language Education" highlights researchers, practitioners, and policymakers at the forefront of the fight for educational equity for multilingual learners and culturally diverse populations in the United States. The series addresses the persistent challenge of breaking down barriers for multilingual learners. The 30-minute episodes look at the intersection of educational equity and student assessment, teacher education, early childhood education, students with disabilities, and more. The discussions are open to the public and provide valuable insights into the latest research and policies that move language education forward. Watch "Critical Biliteracies without Borders: Translanguaging and Culturally Sustaining Approaches" below.


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The Center for Applied Linguistics' webinar series titled "Research to Policy: Critical Conversations in Language Education" highlights researchers, practitioners, and policymakers at the forefront of the fight for educational equity for multilingual learners and culturally diverse populations in the United States. The series addresses the persistent challenge of breaking down barriers for multilingual learners. The 30-minute episodes look at the intersection of educational equity and student assessment, teacher education, early childhood education, students with disabilities, and more. The discussions are open to the public and provide valuable insights into the latest research and policies that move language education forward. Watch "Critical Multiliteracies Beyond School Borders: Heritage Language Involvement in the Community" below.



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