The ExCELL showed significant results for all students in participating classrooms, not just ELLsCan be used with all mainstream and bilingual teachers in grades 6-12Helps ELLs learn and use content-specific vocabulary and technical terms
Chapter 9: Setting the Context for Success
Setting the Context for Success
If educators’ realities are filtered through the belief that they can do very little to influence student achievement, then it is very likely these beliefs will be manifested in their practice.
Collective teacher efficacy (1.57 effect size) —Each stakeholder in a school has a strength. This influence is about bringing those individuals together to maximize that strength with a goal of fostering a stronger focus on learning.
By strengthening collective teacher efficacy, teachers will develop the resolve to persist against challenges and realize increased student results.
A Framework for the Preparation of Teachers of ELs to Teach Reading and Content in the Secondary Schools