This companion website takes full advantage of the power of the read-write web and is included with the purchase of the third edition of Foundations for Teaching English Language Learners: Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Here you will find the additional information, resources, and activities that are indicated with the website icon in the book. You will also find new resources and information about recent developments in research, theory, policy, and practice that the author and other professors across the country continually post, ensuring that the text is always up-to-date in the rapidly changing field of English language learners (ELLs) education.
Perhaps most importantly, this companion website provides a space where professors can structure interactions and collaborations that go beyond the traditional university class. Students can participate in discussions about course topics with their own classmates and with other students who use the text in classes around the country. Students are also encouraged to contribute to the Foundations for Teaching English Language Learners wiki based on their own research in the field, thereby contributing to the development of a national database on teaching ELLs.
To register for access to the companion website, you must have an access code. The code can be found on the access card included with the purchase of a new copy of the second edition of Foundations for Teaching English Language Learners: Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice.
If you do not have an access code, you may purchase one for only $35 during the registration process.