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Differentiating Instruction and Assessment for ELLs with Poster

Differentiating Instruction and Assessment for ELLs with Poster: A Guide for K–12 Teachers, Second Edition

Shelley Fairbairn, Stephaney Jones-Vo
ISBN: 978-1-934000-38-0
Paperback: 304 pages
Published: May, 2019

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Shelley  Fairbairn

Shelley Fairbairn

Professor, Drake University School of Education

Shelley Fairbairn, Ph.D., is a professor at the Drake University School of Education and a national teacher professional development consultant. Fairbairn specializes in the instruction, assessment, and grading of K–12 English language learners; issues of cultural and linguistic diversity; and teacher education.


Stephaney  Jones-Vo

Stephaney Jones-Vo

ESOL/Diversity Consultant and Professional Developer, Starfish Education

Stephaney Jones-Vo, M.A., is a consultant and professional developer focusing on linguistic differentiation, literacy, and equity. She has extensive experience as a K–12 ESOL teacher, Title III grants director, refugee sponsor and resettlement volunteer, and teacher of adult refugees. As a private consultant for Starfish Education, her passion continues to be English learners, from early childhood age to adult.