External Resources | July 6, 2022 | American Institutes For Research, First 5 California
New Research Briefs from the First 5 CA DLL Pilot Study: Early Childhood Instruction
What strategies do teachers use when working with Dual Language Learners (DLLs), and what practices might best support their learning? These questions were a major theme of American Institutes for Research’s (AIR) work on the First 5 California DLL Pilot Study. Their latest set of research briefs contains their findings on classroom instruction for DLLs and their language and learning outcomes.
- Relationships Between Teacher Language Use in the Classroom and Outcomes for Preschool-Aged Dual Language Learners
- A Deeper Look at Classroom Language Approaches and How They Relate to Language Skills and Other Outcomes for Dual Language Learners
- Promising Strategies for Supporting Dual Language Learners, Regardless of the Languages Teachers Speak
- Relationships Between Classroom Practices and Language and Development Among Dual Language Learner Infants and Toddlers