Literacy Specialist Assistants: A New Experience at Lincoln High School
Apr24

Literacy Specialist Assistants: A New Experience at Lincoln High School

Maria Jose Correa & Florencia Parma Asociación Escuelas Lincoln La Lucila, Buenos Aires, Argentina maria.correa@lincoln.edu.ar @MajoCorreaArg florencia.parma@lincoln.edu.ar @fparma Many colleagues or students are wondering who the people sitting at the back of the classroom during Biology or Spanish are. They enter the rooms without asking, sit comfortably, take notes, and leave without being noticed. They rarely talk, but they...

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My Personal Experience with Differentiation in Schools
Apr07

My Personal Experience with Differentiation in Schools

Maria Jose Correa Asociacion Escuelas Lincoln La Lucila, Buenos Aires, Argentina maria.correa@lincoln.edu.ar @MajoCorreaArg I am currently working as a Literacy Specialist Assistant for the High School Language and Learning Support Center at Lincoln International School. One of my duties is to collaborate with teachers and students in differentiating lessons. Coincidently, when studying in college, I became interested in Howard...

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Facilitating the Reading Workshop through: Collaborative Guided Reading, CAFE Strategies and Visible Thinking Routines
Apr06

Facilitating the Reading Workshop through: Collaborative Guided Reading, CAFE Strategies and Visible Thinking Routines

By:  Leticia Daza, MS SLL Teacher Asociación Escuelas Lincoln – Buenos Aires, Argentina leticia.daza@lincoln.edu.ar @DazaLeticia Learning a new language is always challenging not only for the student but for the teacher as well. One of my biggest concerns was always the reading process, because even if students can read fluently it doesn’t mean that they comprehend fully. I strongly believe that as teachers, we need to...

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Celebrating International Women’s Day as Part of a Unit of Inquiry in Grade 4 Spanish
Apr05

Celebrating International Women’s Day as Part of a Unit of Inquiry in Grade 4 Spanish

By:  Yanina Canabal, Grade 4 Spanish Immersion Asociación Escuelas Lincoln – Buenos Aires, Argentina Yanina.Canabal@lincoln.edu.ar @canabal_yanina In order to understand what students already know, think and feel about the topic I posed an essential question to my students after welcoming them with a big sign on my whiteboard saying: “March 8th., Happy Women’s Day!” First of all, I started by asking if they were aware of this...

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Teach the Change You Want to See
Mar24

Teach the Change You Want to See

by Mónica Ruth Tortolini Oliver First Grade Teacher, Asociación Escuelas Lincoln, Buenos Aires, Argentina Looking at my two daughters correct 2nd and 3rd grade papers and seeing how passionate they are for what they do, made me go back in time 35 years when I also felt just like them, I had the world in my hands. Believe it or not, I still do believe it. Every year I have a little piece of the future. The world will be different by...

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