The 4 C’s of 21st Century Learning for ELLs: Critical Thinking


A TESOL publication..

All too often, ELs are not challenged in the same way as other kids are.  Many educators assume that a lack of English skills equates to a lack of intelligence or ability.  How can ELs be challenged?  For one, know what they CAN DO (for example, using the WIDA screening/Access scores) or other assessments providing authentic information about ability.  Read more here from TESOL:

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