The Source for Learning, Inc.’s Early Childhood division will present a free webinar on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 7-8:30 PM EDT. SFL is partnering with Marsha Chan, MA, author, and Professor Emerita at Mission College in Santa Clara, CA, and Julaine Rosner, MA TESL, ESL faculty and author, to co-present this one and one-half hour session.
Throughout the United States, an increasing number of nonnative early childhood educators care for young children. This presentation will help you consider the necessary language skills and strategies needed to enable nonnative English speakers to be successful. We will look at where to start and how to build English language skills through continuous and sustained instruction.
You will learn:
- Practical skills needed by nonnative speaking early childhood educators and families to effectively communicate in English.
- Strategies to promote English language proficiency among nonnative speaking early childhood educators and families.
- Curriculum and materials designed to increase the English language proficiency among nonnative speaking early childhood educators.
Register for this webinar here.