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2014 Conference

May 8–9, 2014

Framingham, MA

MATSOL 2014 Conference: Online Program

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Lessons Learned from a History-Based Summer ELL Program

Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 2:30 PM–3:15 PM EDT
Middlesex West
Session Abstract

In July 2013, 40 rising 9th-12th grade ELLs from Salem participated in a four-week content-based enrichment academy at Salem State University that focused on the history of work in Massachusetts.  Presenters will discuss the design of the program, present data on student and teacher outcomes, and share considerations for similar future programs.

Session Length

Practice-Oriented Presentation (45 minutes)

Secondary Educators
Community College ESOL Educators
Higher Education ESOL/IEP Educators
Program Administrators
Teacher Educators
Topic Strand

Program Administration and Development

Lead Presenter

Chad Leith, Ed.D., Salem State University
Biographical Statement

Dr. Chad Leith is an Assistant Professor at Salem State University, where he teaches educator preparation courses in ESL, SEI, and adolescent literacy.



Cami Condie, Salem State University
Biographical Statement

Cami Condie is an Instructor in Education at Salem State University.  She served as Associate Director of the Salem at SEA program.

Christine Shaw, Ph.D., Salem State University
Biographical Statement

Dr. Christine Shaw is Executive Director of the Northeast Regional Readiness Center.  She served as Principal Investigator for the Salem at SEA Massachusetts Gateway Grant.