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edWEB Webinar - Access is Everything: Successful Language Learning in Out-of-School Time

FREE - Join us for a live webinar with Preetom Bhattacharya from the Huntington Beach City School District, CA, as we explore the value of language-learning programs during out-of-school time.

5/9/2017
When: 3:00 PM
Where: Online
United States
Contact: http://home.edweb.net/webinar/access-everything-successful-language-learning/
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Presented by Preetom Bhattacharya, Coordinator EL, Title I, Special Programs and Services at Huntington Beach City School District, CA
Sponsored by Rosetta Stone

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If you attend the live session, you’ll be emailed a CE certificate within 24 hours of the webinar. If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join theUsing Technology for Language Instruction community and go to the Webinar Archives folder to take the CE quiz.

Join us for a live webinar with Preetom Bhattacharya from the Huntington Beach City School District, CA, as we explore the value of language-learning programs during out-of-school time. Limited time and resources during the school day reduce access to language learning that develops skills students need to engage in a global society. Educators can develop or expand after-school programs to increase students’ access to language learning.

Our students are already part of the most globally interconnected population in human history. When students graduate, they should be equipped with the skills to communicate and collaborate cross-culturally. K-12 language programs can help foster a generation prepared to enter the global society, while also allowing students to reap the cognitive and academic benefits that result from language learning.

Learning another language can help develop students’ cognitive skills, resulting in higher achievement in other academic areas, and help increase their standardized test scores. Bilingualism can improve students’ mental flexibility and working memories, and give them the ability to grasp abstract concepts better than their monolingual peers. Additionally, increasing proficiency with a new language has been shown to improve student proficiency in their primary language.

After-school, before-school, and summer programs provide the perfect enriched learning opportunity to offer students access to language learning, while also complementing the teaching and learning that takes place during the school day.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • Why using this time to implement language learning makes sense
  • How to implement an out-of-school language-learning program
  • Effective strategies to increase student engagement

With well-planned access to language programs, today’s students can become tomorrow’s world leaders, functioning well across languages and cultures as successful members of a global society. K-12 educators are invited to join us to learn how to implement an after-school language-learning program that is fun and engaging for both students and staff.

About the Presenter

Preetom Bhattacharya is the coordinator for English Learners, Title I, and Special Programs and Services for the Huntington Beach City School District, CA. Prior to joining HBCSD, Preetom served as a high school math and science teacher, an instructional strategy coach and high school EL coordinator. Preetom will be sharing after-school programs that have been successful in his district.

Join the Using Technology for Language Instruction community to network with educators, participate in online discussions, receive invitations to upcoming webinars, view past webinars, take a quiz to receive a CE certificate for a past webinar, and access free resources.

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