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The BranchED portal is designed to support both teacher educators and PK-12 partners in their professional development. Whether you’re seeking information on a particular topic, looking to take an online course, or to stay current with our evolving library of resources, we’ve got something for you.

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Institutional Data Inquiry Tool

For: Higher Education Administrator, PK-12 Administrator

The purpose of this tool is to understand more about the current data climate at your institution around three primary focus areas: (a) Data Collection & Access, (b) Data Interpretation & Dissemination, (c) Data Use. EPPs are encouraged to use this tool for initial planning, to gain insight.

Linguistically Inclusive Approaches to Providing & Eliciting Reciprocal Feedback on Writing

For: Higher Education Faculty

This tool explores and reflects on linguistically inclusive approaches in providing and eliciting feedback on writing.

Data ToolKit: Data Visualization Guide

For: Higher Education Faculty

The Data Visualization Guide is designed to help you create data visualizations to identify gaps, trends and outliers in the data. The accompanying video series is designed to help utilize an Excel Workbook to create data visualizations from data sets.

Becoming Mathlingual with the MALITLA Model: Improving Multilingual Learners’ Academic Math Vocabulary Knowledge for Solving Word Problems

For: Higher Education Faculty, PK-12 Teacher

Research literature suggesting a relationship between English language proficiency and mathematical meaning making informed an intervention we refer to as the MALITLA model (an acronym for math, literacy and language based approaches) for becoming math-lingual.

Culturally and Linguistic Sustaining Writing Pedagogy

For: Higher Education Faculty

This toolkit introduces a framework for culturally and linguistically sustaining pedagogy in writing and strategies for which address cultural and languaging practices.

Exploring Implicit Linguistic Bias: A Self-Reflection Guide

For: Higher Education Faculty

The purpose of this toolkit is to explore and reflect on implicit linguistic biases in order to create linguistically inclusive spaces for teaching and learning, especially within the context of writing instruction.

BranchED seeks to support individual educator preparation programs (EPPs) and the field at large in reimagining and redefining “quality” preparation programs such that attention to issues of diversity and equity are explicit, embedded, and inextricably linked to high-quality performance.

The Resource Portal was created to support our community by providing resources such as instructional materials, online modules, podcasts, practice-based learning opportunities, research briefs, teaching video library, tool/toolkit, and webinars.

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