From State Rule to Practice: How ESOL Push-in Looks Like in the Classroom

Authors

  • Mae Wlazlinski Georgia Department of Education

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52242/gatesol.6

Keywords:

ELLs, push-in, ESOL

Abstract

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Author Biography

Mae Wlazlinski, Georgia Department of Education

Graduated from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, the University of Toronto, Canada with a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, emphasis in First and second Language and Literacy Development in Multilingual and Multicultural Settings; 30 + years of teaching experience at all levels in California, Virginia, Georgia and overseas; 7 years as an Education Research and Evaluation Specialist and Manager of Independent Title III districts in the ESOL/Title III Unit, GaDOE; is a certified WIDA trainer; has written articles inĀ  academic journals on teaching English Learners and co-authored a book chapter on Building Home-School Partnership with Jim Cummins.

Published

05/31/2014

How to Cite

Wlazlinski, M. (2014). From State Rule to Practice: How ESOL Push-in Looks Like in the Classroom. GATESOL Journal, 24(1). https://doi.org/10.52242/gatesol.6

Issue

Section

Empirical Research or Literature Reviews