Colorín Colorado: Facebook Live Series

Colorín Colorado is pleased to host a series of Facebook Live events this fall! 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. Archives will be available both on Facebook through our site following the events.

Special thanks to the National Education Association for their support of this series!


Upcoming Events

How Mainstream Teachers Can Support ELLs

When: October 16, 2pm ET

Guest: Sarah Moore, Center for Applied Linguistics


FAQs

How does it work?

In order to tune in to our events, visit our Facebook page or Facebook video 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 info@colorincolorado.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 info@colorincolorado.org. Please include "Facebook Live question" in the subject line.


Event Archive

Colorín Colorado links coming soon!

  • Advocating for ELLs, with Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner (Facebook | Colorín Colorado)
  • Helping ELLs Have a Great Year: A Principal's Perspective, with Nathaniel Provencio, principal of Minnieville Elementary School, VA (Facebook)
  • What does it feel like to be an ELL? with Sean Pang, Washington Post Teacher of the Year (Facebook Part 1, Part 2)
  • Why Building Relationships with ELLs Matters, with Anne Marie Foerster Luu, Montgomery County (Facebook)
  • Special Education and ELLs, with Cristina Sánchez-López (Facebook)