Leaders and Teachers, K–12
To foster dynamic and inclusive classroom discussions, you first need a toolkit of effective, age-appropriate techniques to inspire student responses. Join this webinar to learn how to best facilitate conversations around texts and to ensure all students feel heard and validated.
Meet the Speaker
Kate Kinsella, Ed.D., provides consultancy to state departments of education throughout the U.S., school districts, and publishers on evidence-based instructional principles and practices to accelerate academic English acquisition for K–12 language minority youths. Her numerous publications and instructional programs focus on career and college readiness for academic English learners, with an emphasis on academic interaction, high-utility vocabulary development, informational text reading, and scholarly writing across subject areas. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentation slides from Dr. Kate Kinsella’s webinar, Tools for Engaging Reticent Contributors in Class Discussions of Text
Dr. Kate Kinsella shares academic language activities to implement in the classroom and a tips sheet for strategies to elicit democratic contributions.