Individualizing Instruction for Children with Disabilities who are Dual Language Learners: High quality language and literacy practices are vital to support the development of children who are dual language learners (DLLs) with disabilities or suspected delays. Uncover ways to create culturally and linguistically responsive environments to support language and literacy development. Explore what current research says about strategies staff can use to individualize instruction for DLLs who also have a disability.

10 Tips for Teaching Young Dual Language Learners Effectively: Early educators should make sure that they’re creating a space that welcomes and supports the learning and development of young dual language learners. Read these ten tips on how you can prepare your classroom and curriculum to support young DLLs and help them succeed.

Taking Two Languages to Preschool: Supporting Children who are Dual Language Learners: Families and professionals should partner to support toddlers who are dual language learners as they prepare to transition into early learning environments. Learn ways to support children’s home languages within classrooms, in the community, and in the home.

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