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Project GLADĀ® 2nd Annual Summer Institute 2015 Print E-mail

DLeNM Guided Language Acquisition Design

Project GLAD®

2nd Annual Summer Institute 2015

June 9-10, 2015—Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM

Cost: $179.00 per Person

Click Here for More Information and Registration

 
Reclaiming the Past and Investing in the Future--The NM Dual Language Bright Spots Initiative Print E-mail

The WK Kellogg Foundation has chosen to highlight Dual Language Education of New Mexico's grant-supported work on its website this month. Take a look to learn more about how DLeNM and WKKF are investing in New Mexico's linguistic resources to connect our past with our future through the New Mexico Dual Language Bright Spots Initiative.

To view the Kellogg Website click here

 
Just Released! Print E-mail

La Cosecha 2014 marks the release of the latest book by Dr. Virginia Collier and Dr. Wayne Thomas—Creating Dual Language Schools for a Transformed World: Administrators Speak. This title, the third in a series from DLeNM/Fuente Press, shares the stories of experienced dual language administrators across the country as they plan, implement, and refine their dual language programs in a variety of settings. The Collier and Thomas narrative links these stories with research, theory, and connections to larger contexts. Creating Dual Language Schools for a Transformed World: Administrators Speak will be available for sale at the conference and online http://dlenm.org/fuentepress on November 24, 2014.

 
Soleado Fall 2014 Print E-mail

Here’s the latest issue of DLeNM’s quarterly newsletter,

Soleado—Promising Practices from the Field.

icon Soleado Fall 2014

 
Scoop It! Print E-mail


Dual language education and the instruction of emerging bilingual students are matters receiving unprecedented attention from the press and media both in the United States and internationally.  To help you keep up with all the publicity, DLeNM has created five “Scoop It” topics which contain links to news stories and broadcast covering:

·         Benefits of Bilingualism
·         Dual Language Education Challenges and Opportunities
·         Dual Language Education in the United States
·         Language Education Outside the U.S.
·         Language Education: Major Papers and Reports
 

While these categories of information are necessarily arbitrary and subjective, the information provided through “Scoop It” helps DLeNM members follow what the public is reading and hearing about their work and their students.  

DLeNM Scoop It! is curated by James Lyons, Esq.—policy attorney, analyst, advocate, and activist.  

 
DLeNM Employment Opportunities Print E-mail

Dual Language Education of New Mexico is wanting to hire experienced professionals committed to the design and implementation of effective dual language education programs.  Please visit our career page to find more information on two job postings:

  1. Professional Development Coordinator (Focus: Secondary, Spanish Literacy Development, Sheltering Instruction)
  2. Professional Development Coordinator (Focus: Sheltering/Scaffolding Instruction - Required:  Level III or IV GLAD Key Trainer Certificate)

For more information, contact our Executive Director David Rogers, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
DLeNM Project GLADĀ® Leadership Ensemble Print E-mail
DLeNM Project GLAD® Leadership Ensemble
February 12, 2015
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Instructional leadership is crucial in the effective implementation of Project GLAD® at the school or district level.  Come and join us for this one-day training for Instructional Leaders of teachers who are using or will be trained in Project GLAD®.

 

Purpose: The Leadership Ensemble is a one-day training for districts or schools which:
  • are currently implementing Project GLAD® and want to help instructional leaders better support their teachers and plan for sustained implementation, or
  • are interested in bringing Project GLAD® into their organization on a systemic level.
During this training, teams of instructional leaders will:
  • develop clear understanding about the instructional needs of English learners;
  • learn the foundational components of the Project GLAD® model;
  • explore how the Project GLAD® model can support academic excellence within their specific educational community; and
  • plan for sustained implementation and excellence.

Cost: $1,000 for a team of 3-6 district/school Instructional Leaders.  Teams must consist of at least 3 people unless special arrangements are made.  Information regarding location and times will be sent to participants upon registration.

 

 
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