Episode 75 - How to Navigate Grade Transition and Collaboration with Colleagues
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Navigating to a new grade level and collaborating with new colleagues can be quite a challenge when it comes to being an ESL teacher. In today's episode, I chat with Sarah, who is a member of the ESL Teaching Roadmap membership.

It's been a while since I talked about ESL teacher coaching, and with summertime in full swing, I know a lot of teachers have more headspace and creative flow as they are preparing for the upcoming school year, regardless of whether it starts tomorrow or in a month. 

For you inside my membership, the ESL Teaching Roadmap, one of the perks for members is a coaching session that they can book whenever they feel stuck in their day to day. Teachers have so many questions, but not always a person to bounce those questions and ideas off of, and that is where the ESL Teacher coaching and mentoring comes in.

I know a lot of teachers have similar questions to Sarah, no matter where in the world you are, and this episode will be super helpful to you. 

And if you like what you heard, you can reap the same benefits as Sarah. Book a one on one call with me and get clarity on your next steps in teaching English Learners right away. In addition, to help you feel prepared for the new school year, I'm offering a 10% discount, as well as one free month inside the ESL Teaching Roadmap Membership, where you will have access to teaching materials for both newcomers and mixed proficiency classes and so much more.

What you will hear about in this episode:

  • How do you navigate grade change, for example, from elementary to secondary?
  • How do you support students across different curriculum areas?
  • What are the best strategies to use for teenagers with little English who are very shy to speak and quite heavily reliant on their translations, apps, and so much more?


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