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. 2. English Learner Instructional Training and Technical Assistance in County Court and Division of Juvenile Justice SchoolsA project funded by Title III and managed by the English Learner and Curriculum Support Division, California Department of Education . Fresno County Office of Education. Pu

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1. English Learner Instructional Training and Technical Assistance in County Court and Division of Juvenile Justice Schools Kathryn Catania, Ed. D. Administrator Fresno County Office of Education Paul A. Garcia, Ed. D. Coordinator Fresno County Office of Education Sam Nofziger, M. A. Coordinator Fresno County Office of Education LiliaLilia

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3. Purpose To provide professional development and technical assistance for educators and teachers to increase student achievement for English learners (EL) in California’s county court and Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) schools. 3 Fresno County Office of Education New SlideNew Slide

4. English Learner Instrument for 2010-11 Categorical Program Monitoring The technical assistance provided in this project supports the implementation of what is required for English Learners Fresno County Office of Education 4

5. Day 1 Agenda of Professional Development Project Goals and Activities Who is an English Learner California English Language Development Test (CELDT) English Language Proficiency Levels 5 Fresno County Office of Education

6. Day 2 Agenda of Professional Development Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title III Accountability System Annual Measureable Achievement Objectives (AMAO) AMAO 1 AMAO 2 AMAO 3 Parent Involvement Instructional Strategies Model Lesson School Site Collaboration and Planning 6 Fresno County Office of Education

7. Institute Participation Fresno County Office of Education 7

8. Evaluation Comments: Instructional Strategies “Today’s activities reminded me to look for cooperative and collaborative learning strategies targeting ELs when I observe classroom teachers.” “I will employ the use of more academic vocabulary and directly teach meta-cognition with students whenever possible.” “Explicit teaching of idiomatic and figurative language.” “They reinforced that I need to expand my repertoire of activities.” “The reassurance that I can already do some of these things.” ‘It brought to the forefront the importance of ELD.” 8

9. Evaluation Comments: Instructional Strategies “The need to help students achieve re-designation.” “Use and modeling literacy strategies are critical to ELD.” “Your lesson showed me that with a little planning, a boring lesson can become interactive and fun to all (students and teachers).” “Anticipation Guide can be used to activate prior knowledge.” “It just really showed me how much more we need to help the EL students in JCCS.” “I know and understand the critical nature of teaching language and English language development skills.” Fresno County Office of Education 9

10. Evaluation Comments: CELDT “Understand CELDT levels and characteristics of an English Learner.” “Review of stages of language acquisition.” “Teaching strategies for each CELDT level.” “I was able to comprehend the differences in the performance levels and how I need to respond to them.” “Looking at the released test items from the CELDT showed some topics that are not being adequately covered during instruction.” Fresno County Office of Education 10

11. Evaluation Comments: Use of Data “The gentle reminder that the expectation is measureable growth in ELD.” “The more information we have about our students the better off we are. Including AMAO information that we do not use.” “Using data and information from other juvenile halls.” “Data given will help show teachers the big picture.” “Reviewing the AMAO accountability reports helps me understand the data better.” Fresno County Office of Education 11

13. Fresno County Office of Education 13

14. The Fresno County Office of Education Dr. Kathryn “Kitty” Catania [email protected] Dr. Paul A. Garcia [email protected] Sam Nofziger, MA, Ed. [email protected]

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