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Ch.01 Key Considerations: Leadership and Professional Development

Educators can use the Key Considerations for Language Plan from Nemeth, Chapter 1 to focus on what is already happening in their school regarding leadership and professional development and young dual language learners, and to identify areas that they want to improve. Educators can then turn to expert responses in the book to answer their questions and guide their work.

Publication: Young Dual Language Learners

Topic: Policy, Leadership, and Advocacy

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Object(s): framework



Ch.02 Key Considerations: Identification and Planning

Educators can use the Key Considerations for Language Plan from Nemeth, Chapter 2 to focus on what is already happening in their school regarding identification of and planning for young dual language learners, and to identify areas that they want to improve. Educators can then turn to expert responses in the book to answer their questions and guide their work.

Publication: Young Dual Language Learners

Topic: Program Implementation and Evaluation

Specialty:  

Object(s): framework



Ch.03 Key Considerations: How Children Learn in Two Languages

Educators can use the Key Considerations for Language Plan from Nemeth, Chapter 3 to focus on the degree to which their early childhood program reflects what research says about how children learn in two languages, and to identify areas that they want to improve. Educators can then turn to expert responses in the book to answer their questions and guide their work.

Publication: Young Dual Language Learners

Topic: Professional Development

Specialty:  

Object(s): framework



Ch.04: Key Considerations: Developing Instructional Programs for Young DLLs

Educators can use the Key Considerations for Language Plan from Nemeth, Chapter 4 to focus on the degree to which their instructional program for young dual language learners is well implemented, and to identify areas that they want to improve. Educators can then turn to expert responses in the book to answer their questions and guide their work.

Publication: Young Dual Language Learners

Topic: Program Implementation and Evaluation

Specialty:  

Object(s): framework



Ch.05: Key Considerations: Policies, Accountability, and Program Effectiveness

Educators can use the Key Considerations for Language Plan from Nemeth, Chapter 5 to focus on the degree to which their early childhood program addresses all policies, standards, and accountability requirements and is effective for young dual language learners. Educators can use this flexible framework to identify areas that need improvement, and they can turn to expert responses in the book to answer their questions and guide their work.

Publication: Young Dual Language Learners

Topic: Policy, Leadership, and Advocacy

Specialty:  

Object(s): framework



Ch.06 Key Considerations: Working Effectively with Families, Communities, and Volunteers

Educators can use the Key Considerations for Language Plan from Nemeth, Chapter 6 to focus on the degree to which they work effectively with linguistically and culturally diverse families, communities, and volunteers to support their young dual language learners. Educators can also use these key considerations to identify areas that they want to improve, and they can turn to expert responses in the book to answer their questions and guide their work.

Publication: Young Dual Language Learners

Topic: Policy, Leadership, and Advocacy

Specialty:  

Object(s): framework



Dr. Raymond Isola and Dr. Jim Cummins Webinar

Transforming Schools: Shared Leadership, Equity and Evidence

A principal shares the successful turnaround story in an elementary school serving students from low-income, primarily Latino homes in San Francisco. He emphasizes the powerful role principals have in school reform and explains how their shared leadership approach and results-oriented cycle of inquiry process dramatically improved student performance over a 13-year period. Concrete examples illustrate how this approach engages key constituents: teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, parents, community members, businesses leaders, and students themselves.

© California Association for Bilingual Education, 2020.

Publication: Transforming Sanchez School

Topic: Professional Development

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Dr. Raymond Isola and Dr. Jim Cummins Webinar Slides

Transforming Schools: Shared Leadership, Equity and Evidence

A principal shares the successful turnaround story in an elementary school serving students from low-income, primarily Latino homes in San Francisco. He emphasizes the powerful role principals have in school reform and explains how their shared leadership approach and results-oriented cycle of inquiry process dramatically improved student performance over a 13-year period. Concrete examples illustrate how this approach engages key constituents: teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, parents, community members, businesses leaders, and students themselves.

Publication: Transforming Sanchez School

Topic: Professional Development

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