What's happening at the Network

The ESL Literacy Network has moved to the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant & Intercultural Advancement (CEIIA) website.

https://centre.bowvalleycollege.ca/networks/esl-literacy-network

This move connects the ESL Literacy Network to a broader community of professional development networks at the CEIIA.

All ESL Literacy Network members are invited to become a memberof the CEIIA. As a CEIIA member, you join a diverse group of individuals and organizations who are committed to the advancement of immigrants in Canadian society and value opportunities to participate in professional learning that builds capacity within our communities.

The ESL Literacy Network has a new look on the CEIIA website.

You can still access the wealth of professional learning that exists on the ESL Literacy Network’s blog. We will continue to offer professional development webinars for ESL Literacy practitioners, and all of our recorded webinarsare available to registered CEIIA members.

We have created a new resource finder – an online ESL Literacy resource room - filled with a collection of Bow Valley College resources and tools to enhance your ESL Literacy program and classroom instruction. You’ll find our most popular resources here, like the Learning for LIFE: ESL Literacy Curriculum Framework, Learning for LIFE: An ESL Literacy Handbookand the ESL Literacy Readers.

Please note that the Showcase items will no longer be available. If you have a favorite Showcase item, be sure to download it before this website closes on March 18, 2016.

We look forward to connecting with ESL Literacy Network members at the CEIIA website. Join soon to participate in an upcoming ESL literacy webinar.

If you have any questions, please email: eslliteracy@bowvalleycollege.ca

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