English as a Medium of Instruction – A Growing Global Phenomenon

Author: Dearden, J.

Recommended by: Alicia Fernández Barrera

“This report presents the findings of a study which attempted to provide an initial picture of the rapidly growing global phenomenon of English medium instruction (EMI). The study was conducted by EMI Oxford (Centre for Research and Development in English Medium Instruction), thanks to the support of the British Council and the data collected in 2013 and 2014.”

Teaching Science Effectively to Limited English Proficient Students.

Author: Sutman, F. X., et al.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication sets out strategies for teachers to deploy in order to achieve effective science teaching, even if the level of proficiency in the foreign language is limited.”

Assessment Strategies to Inform Science and Mathematics Instruction. It’s Just Good Teaching

Author: Stepanek, J. & Jarrett, D.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication proposes learning assessment strategies as well as reorientation of instruction according to the observation carried out.”

The Inclusive Classroom Meeting the Needs of Gifted Students: Differentiating Mathematics and Science Instruction.

Author: Stepanek, J.

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication includes proposals for teaching science and mathematics from an inclusive perspective, with an emphasis on high-achieving students.”

Science and Mathematics for All Students: It’s Just Good Teaching

Author: The Science and Mathematics Education Unit in cooperation with the Center for National Origin, Race, and Sex Equity

Recommended by: Raquel Fernández-Cézar

“This publication includes proposals for teaching science and mathematics from an inclusive perspective, with an emphasis on low-achieving students.”