Wendi Pillars is a National Board Certified teacher who has been teaching students with English as a second/foreign language needs in grades K-12, both stateside and overseas, for 19 years. She has also taught Algebra, History, vocational classes, and Health and PE. She has published several articles, most related to best practices for ELLs, educational neuroscience, and teacher leadership. A lifelong learner, she loves using creativity to empower her learners.
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CTQ Collab: Stories of Impact
CTQ and TeachingPartners are helping teachers document and share their “Stories of Impact”CTQ brings educators and school system leaders together to improve public education for every student and has spent the last two decades delivering on a vision for a better educational system. We've worked with thousands of teachers, administrators, and system leaders nationwide, listening to and learning from their experiences, then collaborating with them to create solutions that work. From research that helps inform innovative best practices and personalized teacher education, to connecting and growing communities, CTQ’s work is changing the way educators think about, talk about, and provide education around the globe.We help teachers grow as leaders. We partner with administrators and district officials to reimagine how schools work. We bring together diverse teams to find solutions to improve public schools.
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Empowering English Language Learners by differentiating instruction to meet their abilities and experiences.
with Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa
Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa, 2014 Florida State Teacher of the Year, shares how she empowers English Language Learners.
with Lauren Hill
Lauren Hill shares the first step in telling your professional story: identifying and presenting the moment that most transformed outcomes for you and your students.