This report focuses on the replication of the SEAL model and its adaptations to linguistically diverse communities, specifically those of Oak Grove and San Lorenzo in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Initial findings from an external evaluation, based on surveys of teachers who had received SEAL training, indicate an increase in teachers’ confidence in meeting the needs of DLLs and ELs, and a significant increase in the use of research-based instructional strategies throughout the day and across the curriculum. (author abstract)
Supporting dual language learner success in superdiverse prek-3 classrooms: The Sobrato Early Academic Language model
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