English Language Learners

Grand View University received a $2.75 million grant to enhance their ESL endorsement. We are offering a cutting-edge program that will prepare you to meet the needs of culturally diverse students in your classroom.

Our ELL Program is uniquely designed with funding from a U.S. Department of Education, National Professional Development grant. This program requires alignment with the What Works Clearinghouse IES Practice Guide recommendations. These are evidence-based practices shown to be effective with English Learners.

Even if you aren’t in one of the partnering school districts for the National Professional Development grant you can take advantage of the rich learning opportunities. The courses are offered completely online.

You can take the courses for graduate or undergraduate credit. Those choosing graduate credit will be on the road to earning your Master’s Degree
ELL Grant

ELL Courses

You can start your ELL endorsement at Grand View University by taking a class or two and finish your ELL endorsement in only one year.

Online ELL Courses

Course Number Course Title Offered
EDUC 350 / EDGR 549 Language Acquisition and Learning Fall
EDUC 371 / EDGR 583 ELL Methods Fall
EDUC 487 / EDGR 587 ELL Assessment Spring
EDUC 488 / EDGR 588 ELL Practicum Spring and Summer
EDUC 377 / EDGR 577 Modern Languages for the 21st Century Educator Spring and Summer
EDUC 428 / EDGR 528 Serving Immigrants and Multilingual Students Summer
EDUC 386 / EDGR 586 Linguistics for Educators Summer
*Note: Some courses are offered on campus as well.

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Michelle Schulze
Dr. Michelle Schulze
Assistant Professor of Education (ELL)