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Back to school and looking forward to a new term. Still struggling with how you teach computing to ESOL students, there are a range of support people, tools etc… but it is a challenge for ESOL students to access our … Continue reading
Poor language does not mean poor capability, many ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Language) students are incredibly capable in their own language and culture. Teachers need to remember this and deploy tactics that allow these students to access the material being learned. Sounds … Continue reading