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Highlights from Year Two
2012-2013
Design of the Grant
parapros

Administrators

University
ESL teachers

ELL Student
Elementary

STEM
teachers

teacher ed
f...
Work with parapros
and administrators
to find successful
models for academic
assistance to ELLs

Find potential
paraprofes...
The Grant Team
Jason Stegemoller
and Kristin Lems, Codirectors
Annie Noorts, Grant Coordinator
Margie Bouchard, Administrator and
Paraprofessional leader
Leah D. Miller, Lead Adjunct Trainer
Corrie Wallace, ELL Parent Center
Director and Partnership Liaison
Paul Gross, Lead Data Analyst
Grant Team meeting at ELL Parent
Center, spring 2013
At District 219 introducing Margie
Bouchard, fall 2012
2012-2013 ~ The Year in Review
• Goal: help in-service teachers complete the ESL
endorsement
– 20 students in Cohort A com...
The Year in Review
• Goal: provide support for paraprofessionals
and potential paraprofessionals
– 10 community members be...
The Year in Review
• Goal: provide coursework leading to ESL
endorsement for pre-service students
– 5 students began cours...
The Year in Review
• Goal: provide bidirectional support for
parents, community members, teachers, and
students to enrich ...
Grant Cohorts
Cohort A – finished last course June 12, 2013
20 completers
Cohort B – finished third course (of six) June
1...
Cohort A in small group discussion
Professional
development
Parents as Educational Partners
Administrative Task Force meeting
May 2013, held at D68

Topic: The Parent Mentor program – grant funded by State of Illin...
One of the parent mentors speaking
Training ESL course adjuncts about paying more
attention to STEM content in teacher training
Pulling rubberbands at math
training, Cristina Sanchez-Lopez, fall
2012
Programming and
Public Events
Soo Hong Event
topic: Parental Engagement
• Evening keynote for:
– National Louis students in endorsement
coursework
– stu...
Lunch meeting with Soo Hong and
Grant Team, Feb. 2013
Dr. Anita Pandey,
Morgan State University
Two presentations:
Spring Advisory Board Meeting, June
28, 2013
Afternoon worksh...
Anita Pandey
Research and
evaluation
Evaluation Plan and data collection
• Post-cohort interview with each completer from
Cohort A
– Already transcribed

• Sur...
Conference
Presentations
during 20122013
Language at the
Intersection of
WIDA and the
Common Core
Leah Miller
and Kristin Lems
ITBE 2013
Teachers developing classroom
practices that promote
additive bilingualism
in a highly diverse multilingual context
W. Jas...
Preliminary Findings from the
ESL STEM Success Training Grant
IAMME ~ Dec. 4, 2012, Oakbrook, IL
Margie Bouchard, Kristin ...
Presenting at Illinois TESOL 2013
about “SIFE Math” in District 68
Presenting at National Association for
Bilingual Education, Dallas, Feb. 2013
Seeking your input about:
• Format for professional development of ESL
adjuncts for winter and spring
– Early childhood
– ...
Here’s to another great year!
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Presented at the spring 2013 meeting of the ESL STEM Success Grant Advisory Board by Co-Directors Kristin Lems and Jason Stegemoller.

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Highlights from Year Two of the ESL STEM Success Grant

  1. 1. Highlights from Year Two 2012-2013
  2. 2. Design of the Grant parapros Administrators University ESL teachers ELL Student Elementary STEM teachers teacher ed faculty Parents and families
  3. 3. Work with parapros and administrators to find successful models for academic assistance to ELLs Find potential paraprofessionals from STEM and less common language backgrounds Design of the Grant parapros Provide focus on language of STEM and how to teach it to ELLs University ESL teachers Administrators ELL Student Provide workshops in aspects of second language acquisition and instruction of English language learners Elementary STEM teachers teacher ed faculty Parents and families Provide opportunities for families to interact meaningfully with the school in bidirectional relationships (all learn from each other) Give administrators of multilingual districts chances to network and problem solve together and provide topics of mutual interest Provide a grant for 18 s.h. of ESL endorsement coursework with a STEM focus
  4. 4. The Grant Team Jason Stegemoller and Kristin Lems, Codirectors
  5. 5. Annie Noorts, Grant Coordinator
  6. 6. Margie Bouchard, Administrator and Paraprofessional leader
  7. 7. Leah D. Miller, Lead Adjunct Trainer
  8. 8. Corrie Wallace, ELL Parent Center Director and Partnership Liaison
  9. 9. Paul Gross, Lead Data Analyst
  10. 10. Grant Team meeting at ELL Parent Center, spring 2013
  11. 11. At District 219 introducing Margie Bouchard, fall 2012
  12. 12. 2012-2013 ~ The Year in Review • Goal: help in-service teachers complete the ESL endorsement – 20 students in Cohort A completed courses in June 2013! – 21 students in Cohort B in second year of grant coursework – 21 students started Cohort C this fall • Goal: provide professional development for inservice teachers – 14 inservice teachers for Parents as Educational Partners 2 day training – 19 inservice administrators for Perfect March 6 session administrative training
  13. 13. The Year in Review • Goal: provide support for paraprofessionals and potential paraprofessionals – 10 community members became paraprofessionals or substitute teachers in Year 2 • Goal: provide professional development for education school faculty about ESL – 6 NCE faculty took part in a book group and discussion
  14. 14. The Year in Review • Goal: provide coursework leading to ESL endorsement for pre-service students – 5 students began coursework in Summer 2013 • Goal: develop an evaluation plan for the ELL Parent Center – Submitted and received permission from Institutional Review Board to conduct parent surveys, survey written and administered for first time in June 2013
  15. 15. The Year in Review • Goal: provide bidirectional support for parents, community members, teachers, and students to enrich role of community for STEM success for ELLs – Three large public presentations by nationally known presenters open to the public and streamed/podcast • Additionally, data to assess performance of students by teachers trained in the STEM focused ESL cohort has been designed
  16. 16. Grant Cohorts Cohort A – finished last course June 12, 2013 20 completers Cohort B – finished third course (of six) June 12, 2013 20 current students Grant goal: 45
  17. 17. Cohort A in small group discussion
  18. 18. Professional development
  19. 19. Parents as Educational Partners
  20. 20. Administrative Task Force meeting May 2013, held at D68 Topic: The Parent Mentor program – grant funded by State of Illinois
  21. 21. One of the parent mentors speaking
  22. 22. Training ESL course adjuncts about paying more attention to STEM content in teacher training
  23. 23. Pulling rubberbands at math training, Cristina Sanchez-Lopez, fall 2012
  24. 24. Programming and Public Events
  25. 25. Soo Hong Event topic: Parental Engagement • Evening keynote for: – National Louis students in endorsement coursework – students in Grant Cohorts A and B – Faculty and staff at National Louis from other departments
  26. 26. Lunch meeting with Soo Hong and Grant Team, Feb. 2013
  27. 27. Dr. Anita Pandey, Morgan State University Two presentations: Spring Advisory Board Meeting, June 28, 2013 Afternoon workshop for endorsement classes Topic: early childhood biliteracy and academic language
  28. 28. Anita Pandey
  29. 29. Research and evaluation
  30. 30. Evaluation Plan and data collection • Post-cohort interview with each completer from Cohort A – Already transcribed • Survey and interview designed for course takers at ELL Parent Center – Has been given 8 times already • Design of evaluation asking about “value added” for ELL students taught by cohort members…Paul Gross, Analyst
  31. 31. Conference Presentations during 20122013
  32. 32. Language at the Intersection of WIDA and the Common Core Leah Miller and Kristin Lems ITBE 2013
  33. 33. Teachers developing classroom practices that promote additive bilingualism in a highly diverse multilingual context W. Jason Stegemoller & Kristin Lems National Louis University Skokie, IL NABE 2013 Lake Buena Vista, FL February 8, 2013 35
  34. 34. Preliminary Findings from the ESL STEM Success Training Grant IAMME ~ Dec. 4, 2012, Oakbrook, IL Margie Bouchard, Kristin Lems, Leah Miller, Jason Stegemoller, Corrie Wallace ESL STEM Success Grant, National Louis University and Niles Township ELL Parent Center
  35. 35. Presenting at Illinois TESOL 2013 about “SIFE Math” in District 68
  36. 36. Presenting at National Association for Bilingual Education, Dallas, Feb. 2013
  37. 37. Seeking your input about: • Format for professional development of ESL adjuncts for winter and spring – Early childhood – More STEM • A fourth cohort in CPS ~ explain! • The teacher education project for this year
  38. 38. Here’s to another great year!

Presented at the spring 2013 meeting of the ESL STEM Success Grant Advisory Board by Co-Directors Kristin Lems and Jason Stegemoller.

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