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Certification Courses in ESL

English Language Learners (ELLs) currently account for nearly 10 percent of all students nationwide and has consequently transformed the demographic composition of U.S. schools.  Successful classroom teachers in what has become an increasingly diverse classroom environment in US schools require classroom teachers to have training in cultural awareness & sensitivity, literacy and language acquisition, planning and implementing instruction for ELLs and how to assess ELL students.   This ESL National Certification offers a structured curriculum that has been developed to national standards to advise and certify classroom teachers working with ELL Families and ELL students in the classroom.


Who should enroll: Anyone that wants to train teachers & staff that work directly with ELL students in Schools. , i.e., teachers, principals, assistant principals, teacher's aides, administrative staff, substitute teachers, districts.  

Credentials earned: upon completion, National ESL Program Specialist Certification, Pennsylvania ESL Program Specialist Certification, National ESL eAdviser, Google Tools Specialist Certification, Grant Writing Specialist Certification

Requirements to become an eAdviser for schools nationwide : Must have ESL Program Specialist Certification, Google Tools for Educators Certification, Grant Writing for Educators Certification or equivalent to become a National eAdviser for any school or district nationwide.

 

ESL eAdviser Certification Courses

Pennsylvania ESL Program Specialist Certification

Google Tools for Educators Certification

Grant Writing for Educators Certification: essentials for funding ESL programs for educators (coming January 2019)

ESL eAdviser Certification + ESL Program Specialist Certification  

National ESL eAdviser Certification  (Must have ESL Program Specialist Certification)

 

The landscape of foreign-born students in US schools is the highest it has been in a century. Never before have immigrant populations grown faster than today. Both Latin America and Asia remain the highest influx of English Language Learners (ELL’s) in US schools. The steep demand for ESL teachers has skyrocketed this decade. Teachers earning ESL certification find the advancement of status, salary and job security a plus in addition to helping foreign-born students become fully integrated into American classrooms.. Every state has issued an ESL policy or recommendation for teachers and every state as of 2018 has a shortage of ESL trained teachers with experience.

Schools making a commitment to granting their teachers funds to further their knowledge and skill level of competency in the classroom of English Language Learners are revealing a deeper respect for improving our immigration policies and standards. Teachers with advanced ESL certifications are considered for positions that are the most coveted and admired programs in the PK-12 school system. These ESL programs help foreign-born students achieve