El Enriquecer is a retreat for existing programs to self-evaluate, identify areas of improvement, and develop action plans to strengthen and improve program implementation. The retreat consists of two days of intensive training and planning for school teams based on using the Guiding Principles for Dual Language Education.
The goal is for school teams to leave El Enriquecer with a clear idea of where their program is with respect to best practices and the next steps they need to take to improve program quality. Participants will have the opportunity to study myriad concrete examples and tools for immediate use back at the school site.
A Dual Language Program Self-Evaluation Retreat that includes:
- Dual Language 101 review.
- Program self-assessment using The Guiding Principles for Dual Language Education.
- Intensive planning for strengthening dual language program implementation.
- Opportunities for support from peers from other schools.
- Training and facilitation by veteran dual language teachers.
Upcoming El Enriquecer Retreats:
An El Enriquecer program is a two-day retreat, designed to give school leadership teams an opportunity to strengthen and/or expand their dual language program implementation
Limited space available in these upcoming El Enriquecer retreats
- Wenatchee Public Schools (Central Washington State) – March 21-22, 2016
- Telluride School District (Telluride, CO) – April 22-23, 2016
Or, organize your own El Enriquecer retreat!
Contact us soon for more information if your district/school site leadership and dual language teachers would like to participate in this exciting event!
Lead Facilitators Include:
David Rogers, Lisa Meyer, Diana Pinkston, Evely Chávez, Adrian Sandoval and/or other veteran Dual Language Educators
2-Day Self-Evaluation Retreat
A retreat for existing programs to self-evaluate, identify areas of improvement, and develop action plans to strengthen and improve program implementation.
Schedule An Event
Individual school and/or district-hosted events need to be scheduled at least three months in advance to allow for adequate planning and preparation time. Months favorable for scheduling these events are October, December, January, February, and May.