CLD: Collaborating Across Schools to Embrace Student Diversity




While previous learning has focused primarily on the classroom level, this Learning Path considers school-level foundations and structures to support culturally and linguistically diverse students’ overall learning, language development, and academic achievement.  Collaborating Across schools to Embrace Student Diversity is the final Learning Path in the Teaching CLD Students series. In this Learning Path you will explore constructing school environments for linguistic diversity and how to implement co-teaching and collaboration across schools..


Learning Path Outcomes: 
  • Define your personal vision and mission for teaching English learners;
  • Analyze how schools prioritize language in vision and mission statements;
  • Describe the importance of co-teaching and collaboration in today’s schools; and
  • Explore the various approaches to co-teaching to support English learners.


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Continuing Education Credits



Amy Heineke

Amy Heineke

Associate Professor of Bilingual and Bicultural Education in the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago

Amy has facilitated students’ learning in both elementary and secondary classroom settings for the last 15 years and has supported a wide array of practitioners working with linguistically diverse students in English-medium and bilingual settings around the United States and Latin America.


Will I receive a certificate of completion?

Answer: Yes, after completing the course you will receive a certificate of completion.

How long will I receive access to this Learning Path?

Answer: You will receive lifetime access

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