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The Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP)® Model is a research-based and validated instructional model that has proven effective in addressing the academic needs of multilingual learners. This training familiarizes educators with the eight components of the SIOP Model and their corresponding features in order to support multilingual learners in learning language and content simultaneously, making grade-level content accessible. Delivered virtually with 6 synchronous (live) and 5 asynchronous (self-paced), educators will gain strategies and supportive materials to integrate best practices into their teaching.

This session would include six 1.5 hour live sessions and five asynchronous self-paced assignments for a total time of 14 hours.

Target Audience
Elementary & Secondary Teachers and Student Support Staff
Learner Outcomes
Participants will:
1.) Explore background information on multilingual learners and second language acquisition theory, reflecting on their context.
2.) Become familiar with and understand the purpose of the 8 components of the SIOP Model.
3.) Learn the features of each component of the SIOP Model and plan for integration into current instructional practices.
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Amanda Coeur
Program Administrative Secretary
269-250-9221
Amanda.Coeur@kresa.org


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