Program leaders can use this second of three guides to help program staff improve their intentional language support for children who are dual language learners. It takes practice to support children who are dual language learners, whether you speak their home language or not. Creating a learning environment — in the home or classroom — that is supportive of children who are dual language learners can have a positive impact on their development across learning domains. To help programs in this work, find resources and tools throughout this guide to help staff analyze and improve practice.
Topic: Culture and Language
Last Updated: June 23, 2020