Early Edge California and partners are pleased to introduce a brand new website for educators and administrators supporting Multilingual Learners in PreK-3rd Grade!
The Multilingual Learning Toolkit is an online hub featuring a vetted selection of resources and best practices specifically for educators, administrators, and teacher education faculty whose work supports young Multilingual Learners. It is the result of a collaborative effort that includes researchers, practitioners, advocacy organizations, state agencies, and philanthropic organizations from California and across the nation.
Hear what educators and experts in the field have to say about the Toolkit!
The Multilingual Learning Toolkit features a Starter Guide that shares the research-backed, asset-based foundational principles for practitioners to know in order to best support Multilingual Learners. In addition, the Toolkit offers 11 Instructional Topic Areas—the essential elements of what educators and administrators need to know to best serve Multilingual Learners. They are structured into key questions that an educator may have and include evidence-based strategies and resources. The Toolkit provides hundreds of associated, free, practical, and easy-to-use resources directly related to the Instructional Strategies including an array of videos, handouts, vignettes, and more from partner organizations. Start exploring the site by visiting the How to Use this Site section, where you’ll find all the tips you need to dive into learning.
We encourage you to visit the Multilingual Learning Toolkit website and share with your colleagues who are educators, administrators, or faculty members focused on supporting the learning experiences of Multilingual Learners. We created a helpful promotional toolkit that you can also use to spread the word about this exciting, new resource!
Share the NEW Multilingual Learning Toolkit on social media!
Our promotional toolkit contains social media posts and talking points to share this resource with your network.
Download the graphics below: Click on an image, then right click to save it. Share on your page with the hashtag #MLToolkit.