Savyonne Steindler earned her BA in Cultural Anthropology and Jewish Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz and an […]
Happy birthday to us! We have survived a year since DIESOL’s launch and we want to thank everyone for following […]
We are mid-summer and in need of new ways to engage our students without re-inventing the wheel. How can digital […]
Ixchell & Brent talk culturally responsive teaching and literature with Dr. Mary Patton, Professor of ESOL at El Centro Community College in Dallas, and President of TEXTESOL V. This discussion covers finding novels that engage students, recognizing where students are coming from, and of course, how technology impacts their learning.
Denise Maduli-Williams is the winner of the new Ron Lee Technology award and has been teaching ESOL and English for […]
Anxiety brought on by public speaking is felt by everyone, even the most seasoned speakers! What does this mean for English Learners? What does the research say about providing opportunities to make mistakes? How do English Learners perceive themselves and speaking assignments? Join us as Brent and Ixchell explore ways to support ELs when it comes to conversation.