Learning to Listen: Supporting Dual Language Learners’ Language Acquisition and Learning Identities (Voices) | NAEYC

“This article is both a story and an invitation. The story reveals how one teacher learned alongside her students and changed as a result. It also shows how young children were given the space, time, and opportunity to take charge of their learning and, in so doing, developed literacy skills and confidence as learners. The invitation is to you, the reader, to take up a question that matters to you and the children in your classroom and to begin to listen through your documentation, reflection, and actions to what you hear, see, and wonder about.”

Learning to Listen: Supporting Dual Language Learners’ Language Acquisition and Learning Identities (Voices) | NAEYC

A teacher conducted a pilot study to better understand how the children in her classroom were acquiring multiple languages and how to most effectively support them in the process.

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