October 2018

Strategies: Harmful or Helpful? Kate Kinsella offers a perspective on the impact of too many versus too few evidence-based strategies when teaching English learners

Balancing Language and Literacy Development Viviana Hall and Julie Kalinowski of Istation advocate using data and technology to help children learn academic subjects while acquiring more than one language

Interdisciplinary Biliteracy Sandra Mercuri and Sandra Musanti suggest leveraging biliteracy development for all bilingual learners

The Forgotten Group Kathryn Lindholm-Leary and Ana Hernández help us understand initially fluent English-proficient students in dual-language programs

Evaluating Competency Dr. Elizabeth Brooke explains how to obtain the right information to improve data-driven instruction
Automated Writing Corey Palermo explains the benefits of automated writing evaluation in the classroom

Unintended Consequences Katie Nielson asks if online collaboration may sabotage language learning

Seal of Biliteracy Goes Global Linda Egnatz is impassioned by the expanding reach and motivating power of the Seal of Biliteracy

German Focus Whatever plans you may have for the future, knowledge of German will increase your options