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Join us at State Bilingual NMABE Conference Print E-mail

Click here for a sneak preview of NMABE Conference presentations by DLeNM staff and collaborators, and join us at the conference, April 23-26!

Monograph Series Vol. 5, 2013 Print E-mail

Dual Language Education of New Mexico

Available now — Words in Motion Monograph written by Elizabeth Howard and Eileen González, University of Connecticut. Click here to download your electronic version today for only $5 — DLeNM FUENTE365/Clearinghouse Subscribers download your copy at no charge. Words in Motion is a cognate-based curriculum that introduces comprehensive academic vocabulary curriculum for Spanish-English bilingual students in middle school. The curriculum promotes cross-linguistic connections through the use of cognate-based bridging activities.

“In this monograph, the authors have made several significant contributions to the field of dual language education…This work provides excellent guidance to teachers in how to teach vocabulary in context and in ways that engage students.” Kathy Escamilla, Ph.D. Bueno Center, University of Colorado, Boulder


This document is available in electronic version only


Non-subscribers, click here  for a sample that includes the foreword and introduction to the monograph for your review. 

             Subscribers, click here for your downloadable pdf

Soleado Spring 2014 Print E-mail

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

Soleado—Promising Practices from the Field.

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DLeNM congratulates new AIM4Scubed trainer Evelyn Chávez! Print E-mail

DLeNM is pleased to announce that Evelyn Chávez has completed the certification requirements to become an AIM4Scubed trainer.  Evelyn, professional development coordinator at DLeNM, joins Lisa Meyer and Erin Mayer in providing AIM4Scubed training and follow up to schools in New Mexico and other states. For more information about AIM4Scubed (Achievement Inspired Mathematics for Scaffolding Student Success™), please visit aim4scubed.dlenm.org or contact Lisa Meyer at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Differentiated Questioning Resources Print E-mail

Check out the new resources on differentiated questioning, a powerful strategy that addresses the challenge of holding high expectations for language learners while supporting their language development. These differentiated questions provide the foundation for small group guided sessions that specifically address students' language needs while strengthening content learning.

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HB330 and Dual Language in NM Focus of Nuestra América, KSFR Radio Print E-mail

Edward Tabet-Cubero, Deputy Director for DLeNM and Marcela Diaz of Somos un Pueblo Unido and discussed dual language education in New Mexico and HB330 this past Tuesday, February 25, on Nuestra América Program, broadcast on KSFR, Santa Fe Public Radio. HB 330 was recently passed by the New Mexico legislature and is now awaiting the signature of the governor. HB 330 will create a bilingual seal on high school diplomas for certified bilingual graduates.

Click Here to listen to the podcast

Community Advocates for the Establishment of a Seal of Bilingualism/Biliteracy in New Mexico. Print E-mail

DLeNM is committed to advocating for the establishment of the Seal in NM and around the country. Through the establishment of a state-wide (and even national) seal of bilingualism/biliteracy, New Mexico finds itself among a handful of progressive states that are working to promote the study of world languages.

Please click here for more information and related resources, including New Mexico’s HB0330 -Providing for a State Seal of Bilingualism/Biliteracy, and HB0313-Establishment of State Bilingual Advisory Council are also available for review.

Guided Language Acquisition Design (ProjectGLAD®)—Summer Offerings Print E-mail

ProjectGLAD® Summer Institute: June 10-11, for teachers who have already attended the full 6-day ProjectGLAD® training, at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM. Cost is $125 per participant, with reduced room rates. Click here for online hotel reservation or call  1-888-421-1442 and ask for the GLAD Summer Professional Development Institute rate.

Register online for institute click here
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ProjectGLAD® Tier I Training Dates:
Two-Day Research and Theory Workshop: June 5-6, in Albuquerque
Four-Day Classroom Demonstrations: July 8–11 and July 15–18, in Albuquerque. Cost per participant is $1053 for all six days.
Register online click here
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For more information, please contact Diana Pinkston-Stewart at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Achievement Inspired Mathematics for Scaffolding Student Success—Summer Offerings Print E-mail

AIM4S3™ Summer Institute: June 3–4, in Albuquerque, for teachers already AIM4S3™ certified. Cost is $125 per person.
Register online Click Here

AIM4S3™ Level I Training: June 24–26, in Albuquerque, for teachers new to AIM4S3™. Cost is $459 per person.

Register online Click Here

Downloadable information flier AIM4Scubed Summer Flier 2014

Please contact Lisa Meyer, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , for more information.

La educación de los estudiantes de inglés para un mundo en constante transformación Print E-mail
La educación de los estudiantes de inglés
para un mundo en constante transformación
por Virginia P. Collier y Wayne P. Thomas


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Este libro debería ser leído por todos aquellos que se dedican a tomar decisiones sobre el diseño, la implementación y la evaluación de los programas educativos para estudiantes de inglés.

ISBN:978-0-9843169-2-2  Compre su copia electrónica. Haga clic aquí


Read All About It!! Print E-mail


Dual Language Current Events

This valuable archive of recent periodical literature and important policy reports related to dual language education is the work of James Lyons—policy attorney, analyst, advocate, and activist—in collaboration with the staff at Dual Language Education of New Mexico.

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