The Language Institute
February 21-22, 2015
With the abundance of multilingual students in today’s classrooms it is imperative that educators understand the sequence of language acquisition and effective strategies to support and nurture dual language learners in a preschool environment.
Who Should Attend?
- Directors and managers of early childhood centers, schools, family day cares, and head-starts
- Teachers engaged in classrooms providing services to a bilingual population
- Students seeking to improve their understanding of dual language learners
Why Pacific Oaks?
Pacific Oaks College and Children’s School has led the way in the development of early childhood education and leadership for 70 years. We are dedicated to the fundamental principles of inclusion, social justice, and valuing every human being. Our faculty has developed innovative curriculum and tools widely used in early childhood and teacher training programs—both in the U.S. and throughout the world. Pacific Oaks has a strong reputation for its leadership in learning-through-play and ground-breaking curriculums. Pacific Oaks established the anti-bias curriculum that has now been implemented in schools and is often required reading in early childhood teacher training courses.