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REL Southwest Event: Evidence Review and Training on Instructional Practices for American Indian English Learner Students
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November 30, 2020

Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Mountain time

Location: Virtual

Description: This is the first of two sessions with the New Mexico Public Education Department (MNPED) aimed at identifying instructional strategies to support American Indian students who are English Learners. During this first session, REL staff will present the results of an evidence review and introduce a draft learning series guide for NMPED review.

The goals for the meeting include:

  1. Provide an overview of the evidence review.
  2. Discuss with participants practices for improving the academic English of American Indian students based on findings in the evidence review.
  3. Introduce the draft learning series resources so that NMPED may provide feedback prior to piloting the materials with New Mexico educators.

Research Alliance: Southwest English Learner (SWEL) Research Partnership

Audience: The primary audience for this project is staff working in multiple departments of NMPED, such as: Language and Culture Bureau, Indian Education, and Identity, Equity and Transformation.

Speakers: Ms. Traci Karageorge, REL Southwest, American Institutes for Research
Dr. Ginger Stoker, REL Southwest, American Institutes for Research
Dr. Brenda Arellano, REL Southwest, American Institutes for Research

Traci Karageorge
(202) 403-6217
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