Get Ready for Colorín Colorado's New Facebook Live Series!
Colorín Colorado is pleased to announce a new series of Facebook Live events! These interactive video chats will offer our audience the chance to hear from our regular contributors and special guests, ask questions, and connect with each other.
Special thanks to the National Education Association for their support of this series!
How does it work?
In order to tune in to our events, all you have to do is visit our Facebook page at the time of the event and you will see the live video stream.
Do I need a Facebook account to tune in to the live video?
Yes. You do need a Facebook account in tune into the live event, but we will post an archive of the events on our website following the discussion for people unable to attend or those who don't have a Facebook account.
What if I can't make it?
No problem! Feel free to send us questions ahead of time at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Facebook Live question" in the subject line and take a look at the archived video following the event.
Follow us on Facebook to get a notification when it starts!
If you follow us, you will receive an alert at the time the event starts.
Send us your questions!
You can send us questions ahead of time at email@example.com. Please include "Facebook Live question" in the subject line.
When is the first event?
When: May 24th, 12pm ET / 9am PT
What: How to advocate for your ELLs with Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner
Topics and Related Resources
Topics will include: why ELLs need good advocates, examples of advocacy for ELLs in the classroom and beyond, and tools and strategies for increasing the impact of your advocacy.
English Learners are the fastest-growing segment of the K–12 population and educators of ELLs are often in a unique position to provide a voice for their needs. This book demystifies the techniques of advocacy for ELLs, including creating a shared sense of responsibility for ELL success, guidance for administrators, and tips for advocacy for ELLs' success beyond Grade 12.
How can educators and other stakeholders become more effective advocates for language-minority students? This National Education Association guide offers strategies, resources, and step-by-step instructions for navigating the real-life issues educators encounter every day. The guide also features general educators and ELL educators who tell stories about the students who inspired them to act.