45 Strategies That Support Young Dual Language Learners

45 Strategies That Support Young Dual Language Learners

Shauna L. Tominey, Elisabeth C. O'Bryon, Guadalupe Díaz

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This book shows teachers how to develop a toolbox of strategies for effectively teaching and engaging dual language learners while also supporting their families from diverse backgrounds. The book is organized by outlining and describing 45 teaching strategies that educators can use to implement best practices for effectively supporting dual language learners in their classroom. Using these tips, the authors detail how teachers can foster a language- and culture-inclusive classroom environment for all students.


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Shauna L. Tominey:

Shauna Tominey, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Practice and Parenting Education Specialist at Oregon State University. She previously served as the Director of Early Childhood Programming and Teacher Education at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. She brings her previous experiences as an early childhood educator and parenting educator to her research, which focuses on the development of programs that promote social and emotional skills for children and adults. Shauna holds undergraduate degrees in music and psychology from the University of Washington, an M.S. in family studies and human services from Kansas State University, and a Ph.D. in human development and family sciences from Oregon State University.

Elisabeth O’Bryon, Ph.D., is a co-founder and the Head of Research at Family Engagement Lab, a nonprofit that helps schools ignite the power of families to support learning. Previously, she was the Director of Research and Evaluation at GreatSchools. Elisabeth holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Hamilton College and a Ph.D. in Psychology, with a specialization in school psychology, from the University of Rhode Island. She received postdoctoral training at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. Her research has focused on how to promote the educational success of students identified as English language learners, as well as ways to support home–school partnerships with culturally and linguistically diverse families.




Shauna Tominey, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Practice and Parenting Education Specialist at Oregon State University. She previously served as the Director of Early Childhood Programming and Teacher Education at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. She brings her previous experiences as an early childhood educator and parenting educator to her research, which focuses on the development of programs that promote social and emotional skills for children and adults. Shauna holds undergraduate degrees in music and psychology from the University of Washington, an M.S. in family studies and human services from Kansas State University, and a Ph.D. in human development and family sciences from Oregon State University.

Elisabeth O’Bryon, Ph.D., is a co-founder and the Head of Research at Family Engagement Lab, a nonprofit that helps schools ignite the power of families to support learning. Previously, she was the Director of Research and Evaluation at GreatSchools. Elisabeth holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Hamilton College and a Ph.D. in Psychology, with a specialization in school psychology, from the University of Rhode Island. She received postdoctoral training at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. Her research has focused on how to promote the educational success of students identified as English language learners, as well as ways to support home–school partnerships with culturally and linguistically diverse families.

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