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Using Home Language as the Foundation for English Language Learning – A Win Win Situation

Home Language: The language to which children are exposed in their homes and communities; it is the language that they use as their primary means of communication, and identifies them with their community. http://www.igi-global.com/dictionary/home-language/49406 The benefits of English language instruction … Continue reading

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Educational Change: Questioning the Iconic Images of Teaching

The next time you schedule a professional learning opportunity, why not start with an exploration of the iconic images that “define” teaching. We know that these images are outdated and don’t represent the best of what we do, so why … Continue reading

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