I’ve written before about The Center On Instruction, which has a ton of resources on research-based instructional practices in all subject areas. I was impressed with their materials on English Language Learners, though I’m still not quite ready to add it to The Best Ways To Keep-Up With Current ELL/ESL/EFL News & Research (though I’d be interested in hearing from readers if you think I should or not).

They just added a new PowerPoint presentation to their website on Promising Research-based Practices in Instruction and Assessment for English Language Learners.  I don’t necessarily think experienced ELL teachers are going to find anythink new and exciting in it, but it does have up-to-date statistics and links to some recent studies that people might find useful.