In this final episode of the Seal of Biliteracy podcast series practitioners share their experiences with implementing and promoting the Seal of Biliteracy in their educational contexts and answer questions about topics associated with the implementation of this credential.
Bilingual children are a more heterogenous group than their monolingual counterparts with respect to the sources of variation in their language learning environments, as well as the wide individual variation in their language abilities.
Scripted literacy programs are frequently used with designated English learners (ELs) as an intervention to address below–grade-level reading comprehension.
This multisite qualitative case study explores ways in which instructional coaching focused on English language development (content)and teachers’ individual beliefs (process) can help general education and dual language bilingual education elementary teachers work within and through perceived in
This research adopts a collective case study to explore the quantity (time allocations for key literacy components and group configurations) and the quality of English language arts (ELA) instruction for Grade 1 English language learners (ELLs) acro
Children from Latinx families bring rich and varied literacy practices and cultural models to their classrooms. When teachers are able to recognize these assets, they have opportunities to make their teaching more responsive and engaging.
This paper looks at the next 25 years of education and policy making regarding students classified as English learners (EL).
With the increased number of English learners (ELs) participating in large-scale state testing, there has been an increased focus on fairness in testing for these students.
This article addresses the customary practice of delaying teaching of writing for Beginner English Learners (BELs) which often results in slowing writing development.
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