This matrix illustrates how a concept can be taught with increasing language demand. Use the matrix after assessing how a student accesses content based on their position in the Advancing ALTELLA Language and Disability Needs Framework.
The Student Language Builder is a planning guide that incorporates the Advancing ALTELLA Language and Disability Needs Framework, Advancing ALTELLA Learning Matrix, and shared goals to help develop an educational plan to support each student while increasing language demand. Download and print this PDF to use as you create student plans!
Advancing ALTELLA Snapshots are short, informative articles that highlight experts, educators, and topics of interest. This snapshot features Advancing ALTELLA expert Christopher Rivera and his perspective on teacher preparation and working with families of multilingual learners with significant cognitive disabilities.
This Question and Answer Session features an interview with Advancing ALTELLA expert Vitaliy Shyyan on the topics of universal design and accessibility.
This Question and Answer Session features an interview with Advancing ALTELLA expert Stephanie Cawthon on the topic of multilingual learners who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing.
This Question and Answer Session features an interview with Advancing ALTELLA expert Sheri Wells-Jensen on the topic of multilingual learners who are Blind/Visually Impaired.
Print, cut, and wear! Wear the Advancing ALTELLA photo props to your next meeting or group event.
Print, cut, and fold! Use the Advancing ALTELLA folding paper projects to have some paper fun at home, in your classroom or office ― the possibilities are endless.
Print and start puzzling! Use the Advancing ALTELLA word puzzles for a fun classroom or at-home project. The word puzzles contain words and phrases that are meaningful to the Advancing ALTELLA project.
This news release is the public announcement about the launch of the Advancing ALTELLA project back in 2020.
The project flyer, written in Spanish, offers a single-page snapshot of the project. Print or download the flyer to share with colleagues and friends.