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Ensuring Dual Language Learners Embrace Their Culture and Identity
CALEC Bulletin #48 - The Yup’ik dual language program, with 1,000 pupils registered in more than 21 educational facilities across Alaska, is supported by a North Texas school district.
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Call for Papers
Authors are invited to present an essay about the local applications of various models of bilingual education or language immersion and the ways to encourage their growth and scale. Submit your work for the book Multilingual Learning for the Arabic-speaking World before May 30, 2022.
When students and teachers don't wear the same "shoes," they are unable to learn and teach effectively. Learn how to bridge this gap in our book, Salsa Dancing in Gym Shoes by Tammy Oberg De La Garza and Alyson Leah Lavigne.
Conversations on Bilingualism by Fabrice Jaumont provides unique insights into the different angles of bilingualism. This book will change the way you look at multilingual language skills and bilingual children, as well as mainstream child development approaches and policies.
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Comment l'éducation bilingue peut assurer la réussite des élèves et le développement économique du Sénégal ? Direction l'Université Cheick Anta Diop de Dakar pour une discussion éclairante sur l'éducation multilingue avec le professeur Mbacké Diagne.
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