WIDA State Relations Specialist
Alexis Glick is an experienced EL educator, with a range of experiences from classroom teacher to EL Coordinator at the Massachusetts Department of Elementary Education and the Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network, Office of Bilingual Education and World Studies, at the New York State Department of Education. At the classroom level, she has taught ESL to students across the K-12 spectrum and has served as a resource to general education teachers. She has specific expertise with Kindergarten to grade 2 having taught inclusion and self-contained ESL, in both urban and rural settings.
Working at the state level, she has taken on a myriad of roles including managing and developing policy regarding state English Language Proficiency assessments, providing EL technical assistance to LEAs regarding state and federal policy, developing and delivering professional development for state-wide implementation of Sheltered English Instruction courses, and developing guidance around Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)/District Determined Measures (DDMs). In addition, for Focus and Priority Schools and Districts, she has provided in-service training and embedded coaching and participated as a member of Integrated Intervention Teams. She is a Master Cadre trainer for WIDA Early Years and has lived and taught abroad in Paris, France.
Phone: (603) 918-0198
Office: Education Ed Sciences