College of Education & Human Services

English Language Learner (ELL) Assessment

Teacher Education Candidates will be required to complete ALL ELL modules prior to student teaching.

As the number of students from diverse cultures continues to rise in our PK-12 classrooms, the College of Education and Human Services is providing teacher education candidates with online modules containing vital legal information about how to assess and enroll English Language Learner (ELL) students in our schools.

Students must complete all FOUR ELL Lesson Quizzes with a score of 100%. The assessment is focused on gaining an understanding of basic ELL terms and acronyms through multiple choice and true/false questions. ELL Resource information is always available from the Office of Teacher Education website. This allows faculty to utilize the course content in methods classes as well as serving as a valuable resource to all pre-service teachers. It is estimated that it will take 5 hours or less to complete these modules.


Register for ELL


Please allow 2 business days for registration activation.