Seksgirl - Accommodating ell in the classroom

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My mentor is great and has helped me whenever I had any issues.

The Good: There is way more good about WGU than bad in my opinion.

WGU touts that it is a competency base learning program.

The students fail due to lack of adequate support in the content material and you get a four-year graduation rates of 7.3% and 14% graduation rate overall!

I passed with flying colors and I moved into the role of teaching ELLs the following school year.

The Masters in ELLs prepared me for the Praxis (state test to be certified).

My advisor did a great job contacting me weekly or every other week to check on my progress. I typically had a goal already in mind to share with her.

I was very interested in the topic of learning about teaching English Language Learners and the price was right.

I am a long time IT professional in my 40's with some certifications, lots of experience and a 2 year degree.

You won't get the help you need and they will just keep sending back your assignments saying that it is wrong with no explanation to why or how to fix it.

I found two dead links in the coursework during my time at WGU, e-mailed me advisor, and they were fixed the same day. I don't even know where to begin with telling the world how disappointed I am with WGU. Don't even think about getting help on anything, because you have violated some rule.

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