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National and regional Dual Language Resources and documents and tools developed by Dual Language Washington Members.

Resources developed by Dual Language Washington Members

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Resource Strand Date Submitted by
 Resources for Dual Language Education Programs  All Strands  June 15, 2016  Michael Shapiro
 DLW Meeting Minutes – April 29, 2016  All Strands  April 29, 2016  Michael Shapiro
Resource List compiled during February 2016 Professional Development Workshop with Dr. Ana Hernandez  All Strands  February 27, 2016 Elizabeth LaFever
National Trends in Dual Language Immersion: What Can We Learn” Presentation by Dr. Myriam Met on September 1, 2015 at Seattle Public Schools, sponsored by the Confucius Institute of the State of Washington | Presentation (PDF)” | Handout (PDF)” All Strands September 6, 2015 Michele Aoki
2015 Dual Immersion Boot Camp – August 25, 2015 All Strands September 6, 2015 Michele Aoki
Translanguaging Workshop Videos with Dr. Ann Ebe from March 13, 2015 All Strands July 3, 2015 Michele Aoki
2015 Dual Immersion Boot Camp – June 23, 2015 All Strands July 2, 2015 Michele Aoki
MELL Policy Brief #15 Summer 2014: Dual Language Programs Expanding in Washington All strands August 23, 2014 Marta Mikkelsen Burnet
MELL Dual Immersion County Maps 2014 All strands August 23, 2014 Marta Mikkelsen Burnet
Dual Immersion Boot Camp August 19, 2014 All strands August 23, 2014 Michele Aoki
“Did I get an IH?” Proficiency-Based Assessment and Student Empowerment Webinar Recording at OSPI June 11, 2014 Presented by David Kojo Hakam and Chiung-Chen Yu from Portland Public Schools All strands June 15, 2014 Michele Aoki
Dual Immersion Curriculum Project (Spanish and Mandarin): Mercer International Middle School, Seattle All strands June 10, 2014 Michele Aoki
The Astounding Effectiveness of Dual Language Education for All Webinar Recording at OSPI March 24, 2014 Presented by Collier & Thomas. Request access to webinar link. All strands June, 2014 Michele Aoki
Dual Immersion Summit 2012 Packet All strands April 8, 2014 Michele Aoki

National, Regional, and State Resources

Dual Language Education New Mexico
DLeNM is a non-profit organization serving the professional and informational needs of New Mexican communities who wish to develop, refine and/or implement dual language education programs.

Dual Language Training Institute
The Dual Language Training Institute (DLTI) is a consulting firm dedicated to providing professional development services and technical support to schools and districts interested in educating all of their students through either a one-way or two-way dual language education, thereby providing greater educational equity and biliteracy opportunities to the students they serve. Dr. Leo Gómez and Dr. Richard Gómez, retired professors in Bilingual/Dual Language Education, have focused their research on language and academic issues that affect Bilingual Learners.

Collier and Thomas Inquiry Systems
Dr. Virginia Collier and Dr. Wayne Thomas provide local, state, national, and international agencies with action-oriented analyses and information they can use to successfully refine and improve their education programs, and to document and validate their successes.

CAL Two-Way Immersion
The Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) offers professional development, technical assistance, and program evaluation services to schools and districts that are planning or implementing two-way immersion programs.

CARLA Immersion Education and Research
One of the priorities at the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) has been to support immersion education through ongoing research and the development of a sustainable national network of immersion educators dedicated to exchanging information, research findings, and resources.

Immersion 2014 Conference Presentations
The University of Utah’s Second Language Teaching and Research Center (L2TReC) and the Utah State Office of Education (USOE) hosted the Fifth International Conference on Dual Language/Immersion Education at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah, October 15-18, 2014. The conference brought together researchers, practitioners, administrators and policy makers interested in immersion education.

OSPI > World Languages > Dual Immersion
Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction supports the development Dual Language/Immersion programs in our state.

Translanguaging: A CUNY-NYSIEB Guide for Educators
Presented at Translanguaging Workshop March 13, 2015 in Highline SD by Dr. Ann Ebe.

 


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