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Updated 2023 October 4
- Added resources for workshop with content area teachers about working with newcomer students in Professional Development in Educator Resources.
Updated 2023 October 4
- Added very, very rough draft of my new book Educator Resources.
Updated 2023 August 8
- Added resources for my G-Tech
Technology to Support English Learners and Multilingual Familiesin Professional Development in Educator Resources.
Updated 2022 November 27
- Redid the site a bit, removed some old stuff, hopefully made the navigation easier.
- Added Spanish version of the newcomer math diagnostic [PDF] in Educator Resources.
- Added States
of Matter (En) [PDF]
EnhancedReadings in Educator Resources.
- Updated the English and Spanish versions of the Know Your ESOL Rights graphic.
Resources for Educators
- Accessibility — posters on how to design for students with various challenges.
- Diagnostics — A few diagnostics I've developed for incoming students.
EnhancedReadings — readings to help students build background knowledge before (or in some cases, in place of) grade-level readings.
- Know Your Rights — information to help teachers and families understand what schools are required to do to support students. Mostly about English Learner students at the moment.
- Professional Development — Some resources from PD that I've lead.
Every Sentient Beings' Guides
- Every Teacher's Guide to Technology* — is my book about ways that educators can more effectively use technology in their jobs. It is not about ed-tech in the sense of sites that teachers might use with students or have students use in or out of class.
- Every Sentient Beings' Guide to Password
sentienttechnically refers to the ability to feel, not think. But, most people don't use it that way, and most people, I think, are more familiar with
sapient. — is about passwords specifically, but also computer security more generally. Good resource for people who want to know more about what they can do to stay secure. Given the huge increases in ransomware attacks, educators should at least (IMHO) know to use a password manager and strong passwords.
Resources for Students
- CSCC LI Strategies for Learning Vocabulary class
- CSCC LI 2020 Au-B Vocab class (archived)
- TGFS classes (archived)