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Saturday, March 27 • 10:40am - 11:20am
What is the Optimal Instruction for Dual Immersion Programs? A Best Evidence Synthesis

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Making sure that dual immersion students are learning two languages effectively and sustaining their ability to read, spell and write in both languages is a daunting endeavor. In this presentation, we will address our work to begin to understand the research literature on dual immersion programs and what has been published as effective instruction. We discuss our data collection process, our synthesis of the research and provide next steps, for the instructional design of dual immersion programs. Finally, we suggest the next steps in our research to understand the state of the art of dual immersion programs in California.


Judy Cortés

CSU Monterey Bay

Carl Ferguson

Teacher (Classroom), CSU Monterey Bay
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Dr. Carolina Serna

Associate Professor, Biola University
Dr. Carolina Serna is Associate Professor in the School of Education. She teaches literacy methods and courses addressing cultural and linguistic diversity. Her areas of research include literacy development for both bilingual and trilingual students (specifically speakers of Triqui... Read More →

Saturday March 27, 2021 10:40am - 11:20am PDT
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