Is the Science Of Reading Enough for Emergent Bilinguals?
We know the science of reading has a proven track record of accelerating literacy learning for monolingual students. However, Emergent Bilinguals learn English differently. How can educators use the knowledge from the science of reading paired with other research to best support their multilingual students?
Join Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez, associate professor and associate dean at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College, to learn more about how Emergent Bilinguals learn to read in the on-demand webinar, “Is the Science of Reading Enough for Emergent Bilinguals?”
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