Education Technology for Emergent Bilinguals: Overlooked Aspects to Consider When Interpreting the Research
Emergent Bilinguals are a growing demographic, with 1 in 10 students in U.S. schools speaking a language other than English. However, edtech research on this group is limited. As the research continues to evolve, it’s vital that studies include Emergent Bilinguals to ensure their unique needs are represented and accounted for in the literacy landscape.
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