Texas English Language Learner Instructional Tool (TELLIT) Courses


Available for Teachers...

The Texas English Language Learner Instructional Tool (TELLIT) Learning Environment courses will help teachers learn how to address the linguistic, cognitive, and affective needs of English Learners (EL students). During these courses, participants will view video segments of teachers using effective strategies that enhance mathematics, science and social studies instruction and promote academic achievement for EL students. Teachers will have an opportunity to build a repertoire of instructional skills and resources that will have a positive impact on the progress and performance of EL students. Check out short vignettes of each course.


The following is a list of TELLIT Learning Environment courses and credit hours.

 

  • TELLIT: Math Linguistic Learning Environment (2 hours)
  • TELLIT: Math Cognitve Learning Environment (2 hours)
  • TELLIT: Math Affective Learning Environment (2 hours)

 

  • TELLIT: Science Linguistic Learning Environment (2 hours)
  • TELLIT: Science Cognitive Learning Environment (2 hours)
  • TELLIT: Science Affective Learning Environment (2 hours)

 

  • TELLIT: Social Studies Linguistic Learning Environment  (2 hours)
  • TELLIT: Social Studies Cognitive Learning Environment   (2 hours)
  • TELLIT: Social Studies Affective Learning Environment  (2 hours)

 

  • TELLIT: Math Learning Environment (6 hours)*
  • TELLIT: Science Learning Environment (6 hours)*
  • TELLIT: Social Studies Learning Environment (6 hours)*
  • TELLIT: Professional Service Provider (PSP) Training, Version 1.0 (6 hours)

* The 6 hour version includes Linguistic, Cognitive and Affective Learning Environments.

 

Available in Fall 2012 for District and Campus Instructional Leaders…
The Texas English Language Learner Instructional Tool (TELLIT) for District and Campus Instructional Leaders is intended to help campus and district instructional leaders conduct walk-through classroom observations, provide meaningful feedback to classroom teachers regarding the instruction English Learners (ELs) receive on campus, and use the data gathered during observation to establish goals for professional development and/or the campus improvement plan.

 

 


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