Introduction to Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education for Practicing Teachers
A Professional Renewal Course Approved by CDE for the English Learner Requirements for Licensure Renewal
This 3-credit graduate level course includes 45 instructional contact hours and additional hands-on assignments directly related to the participants’ real teaching situations. This course is approved to address all Colorado Department of Education ELL educator preparation standards for licensure renewal requirements.
The course emphasizes effective instructional practices that empower K-12 classroom teachers to support English Language Learners’ to be more successful in school. The UNC School of Teacher Education and Extended Campus will coordinate with schools, school districts and BOCES groups to plan sections of this course for your educators.
This information is for organizations who would like to schedule delivery of a course section to a group of educators. If you are an individual who would like to take this course online, please visit the ECLD 513 online course page.
Count This Course Toward a UNC Graduate Program
This course can be counted toward many UNC graduate programs if you choose to pursue one.
- Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education (Master's, Endorsement or Certificate)
- Curriculum Studies (Master's)
- Educational Technology (Master's or Certificate)
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL; Graduate Certificate)
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages / Multilingual Education (TESOL; Master's)
Once you are admitted, speak to your advisor to ensure that this course is applied to your program requirements.
Level of Study
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Deborah Romero, Ph.D.
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