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Supporting English Learners in the Mainstream Classroom

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Duration: 30 minutes

If you are a general education teacher looking for effective ways to support your English Language Learners, you are not alone!

Join Michelle Dragalin as she shares how to make small adjustments to the teaching strategies you are already using to best meet the needs of your diverse learners.

You will also learn best practices for incorporating peer learning into your instruction that will provide opportunities for language use and practice as well as build a sense of community in your classroom.

Michelle Dragalin is married and has 2 young adult children. She has been teaching in 5 different states as the result of her husband's navy career. She has taught special education for the majority of her career to students whose ages range from birth to 21. She has also taught in the general education classroom at the 3rd, 6th, and Pre-K levels. Currently, she is an Affective Needs teacher for grades 3-5 grade in Colorado. In addition, she is a graduate student in Educational Technology and should receive her specialist degree in December.

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