On this page, you will find Early Childhood and English Learners Resources. Below are two that CEEL currently offers.
This distinctive certificate is designed to provide Transitional Kindergarten teachers with expertise to create and design effective learning environments, curriculum, and instruction that are developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate for young learners. The Transitional Kindergarten Teaching Certificate, offered by CEEL, consists of a three-course program of study with a combination of real-time webinars and online sessions. This program expands the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of credentialed multiple subject educators.
Loyola Marymount University's Center for Equity for English Learners has created online professional development modules that focus on the Doing What Works Dialogic Reading framework with an emphasis on effective practices for Dual Language Learners/English Learners (DLL/ELs).
These modules were created in part with funding from a Doing What Works Grant and were piloted with Early Childhood Education partners in the Los Angeles Unified School District, Stretch to Kindergarten (Family Engagement Institute), and two institutes of higher education (LMU and Cal State Channel Islands).
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