RESOURCES

Developing Educator Expertise to Work with Adolescent English Learners

Module 6 – Equitable Policy and Practice for English Learners: What Should Teachers and School Leaders Know and Do?

By George C. Bunch

OVERVIEW    |    INTRODUCTION    |    PART 1    |     PART 2    |    PART 3    |    REFERENCES

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Bunch, G. C., Schlaman, H., & Rutherford-Quach, S. (2019). Where the rubber meets the road: Teachers and students report when implementing high-quality learning designs for English learners. In A. Walqui & G. C. Bunch (Eds.), Amplifying the curriculum: Designing quality learning opportunities for English Learners. Teachers College Press.

 

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