The key to student success is working with culturally and linguistically diverse students. This is at the heart of dual language education. Dual Language Education of New Mexico (DLeNM) publishes a quarterly newsletter, Soleado—Promising Practices from the Field.
This newsletter articles were written by practitioners from across the country. DLeNM’s own, Natalie Olague and Patrick Werito wrote the following article, there they are detailing the critical role an asset-based perspective plays in all classroom contexts.
If you want to know the key to student success: watch Ruth Kriteman and David Rogers’ Webinar
If you want to watch Ruth Kriteman and David Rogers’ Webinar Dual Language Education clik here: https://vistahigherlearning.com/vhl-pd-webinars?wchannelid=5p1112jhjw&wmediaid=22ywrhfm6l
The name is Culturally and Linguistically Responsible Instruction
By Natalie Olague—Program Coordinator and Patrick Werito—Coordinator of Tribal Initiatives, DLeNM
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