The iSOSY Consortium offers several tools for service providers from all backgrounds. Both those with many years of experience in education as well as those with little formal training will benefit from quality, easy-to-use presentations and tools designed to make reaching and teaching migratory students more accessible and more successful.
Using Differentiation Strategies With Various Learning Styles
This presentation introduces participants to various ways to teach the same material to different students in the most appropriate ways to facilitate effective learning.
Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFE)
This presentation highlights the unique challenges faced by students with limited or interrupted formal education and offers strategies for service providers seeking to help them reach their goals.
One-On-One and Small Group Instruction
This presentation includes a list of questions to consider before instruction begins, as well as a side-by-side comparison of the differences between one-on-one and small group settings.
This presentation introduces Growth Mindset – the idea that abilities can be developed over time with dedication and hard work – and how it relates to the lives of OSY. Growth Mindset is the opposite of Fixed Mindset, which states that an individual is born with a fixed amount of talent and intelligence.
Hybrid Lesson: Distance & In-Person Learning
This presentation shows participants examples of distance learning using the Language Experience Approach and an example of a creative art lesson.
This resource focuses on building an action plan including the following steps: Create an Effective Learning Environment, Building Rapport, Transition to Instruction, and Young Adult Learning Strategies.
Identifying the Needs of OSY: Working With Language Learners
This presentation includes strategies to use with OSY with different levels of language ability, literacy levels, and general educational levels. The focus is on teaching students to improve in all four areas of language – listening, speaking, reading, and writing.