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Thank you for visiting my BLOG. I hope that you will find information and inspiration for your work with English language learners, their families, and school personnel. The main purposes of this BLOG are to provide educators and administrators with tools for their jobs, to let professional know what is trending in the field of ESL so have access to relevant information, and to better prepared to identify areas for their professional development. Last but not least, it is an advocacy tool for bi- and multilingual individuals such as myself who raise multilingual children, and for our communities.
This BLOG is based on my volunteer efforts and lots of personal time, my students' and other readers' contributions, as well as relevant ELT content I stumble upon in professional circles. I am not receiving any compensation for this BLOG or my other BLOGS, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn publications, even though there are some ads displayed in the reader interface.
Some tips for how to navigate this BLOG:
1. Find Categories to the lower right. The categories contain many resources
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5. Administrators, find information in "Legal/Professional News"
6. Mainstream Teachers, find cultural information about many languages and cultures in many categories. You can find it by using the search feature
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Most of all, have fun, enjoy the resources, and try out some new things,
Dr. Christel Broady