ECS 462 - Supporting Dual Language Learn
Hours: Three hours lecture per week Prerequisites: Senior Standing Prepares current and future educational professionals to teach and work in multicultural and multilingual early learning programs focused on infancy to third grade. The course responds to a growing need for teachers and early learning professionals to develop skills and knowledge to implement developmentally, culturally and linguistically responsive practices. The focus is on current theory, research, policy and methodology that illuminate powerful practices to support early learning and development for young dual language learners in different programs, models, approaches, initiatives and classroom configurations.
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Class Number: 2166
Session: Regular Academic Session
Class Components: Lecture
Dates: 1/20/2018 - 5/25/2018
Grading: Letter Grade
Information below is 24 hours old.
Enrollment Total: 23
Available Seats: 2
Wait List Capacity: 18
Wait List Total: 0
Textbook / Other MaterialsStatus: Required
Title: Getting It Right for Young Children from Diverse B
Publisher: Pearson Education
Title: New Voices Nuevas Voces
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Com
More textbook information including prices
- Upper Division
NotesPrerequisite course required. Consult CSUCI Catalog
Open to Seniors Only
THIS COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT IN A BLENDED FORMAT. THERE WILL BE BOTH FACE TO FACE AND ONLINE COMPONENTS. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR INSTRUCTOR FOR DETAILS.