Seidlitz Education

Online Classes

Seidlitz Education now offers comprehensive course series on our various

products; providing an opportunity of flexible learning to teachers in every field.

In transforming our online trainings into five week courses, we hope to

continue our mission of providing educators with quality professional

development focused on helping give students the gift of academic language.

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Sheltered Instruction in Texas: Second Language Acquisition Methods for Teachers of ELs

November 2nd - December 13th, 2020

What is this class about?

Educators will explore the true meaning of sheltered instruction with research-based strategies such as the 7 Steps to a Language-Rich, Interactive Classroom. Chapter 89 of the TAC, recommends  “the integrated use of second language acquisition methods” to meet the needs of ELs. 


  • the requirements for Sheltered Instruction in Texas, 
  • research-based strategies for classroom application,
  • approaches to integrating the ELPAS into instruction, 
  • and ways to align linguistic accommodations to the TELPAS descriptors. 
Who should attend this class?
  • Teachers of ELs
  • Administrators or Campus Leaders
  • Instructional Specialist
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Elementary Self Contained Teachers
  • Secondary Content Area Teachers
What do I need to participate in this class?
  • Completed Registration
  • Personal Gmail Account

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I receive a certificate?

Yes, upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate that you may submit to your district.

What do I need in order to participate?

Each participant needs a personal Google Account. 

Does anyone facilitate the course?

Yes, a Seidlitz Educational Consultant facilitates each course. The facilitator will be accessible to you and help to guide you along the coursework. 

About how much time will I need to dedicate to this course?

Most participants dedicate about 2 hours weekly to the course content, some a little less and others more. 

Are courses self-paced?

Somewhat. Courses have a designated beginning and ending date and are organized by weeks. It is recommended that participants stay on the weekly schedule in an effort to complete the course by the designated end date, and to effectively interact with other participants.

Do I need a substitute in order to participate?

No. You can decide the time of day that you participate in the course so it’s not necessary to take a day off. 

What if I’m unable to complete the course?

Refunds will be issued before the first day of the course for those that notify Kathy Belanger of their cancelation request in writing. 

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