This fall SEAL offered two interactive workshops for educators, families and community partners at the 28th Annual La Cosecha Dual Language Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The four-day event was themed “Honoring Our Story: Reclaiming Our Past Through Empowerment and Action.”
SEAL partner Dual Language Education of New Mexico hosted this national conference that helps drive our work, keeps us abreast of the latest research developments, and sparks valuable networking opportunities. We’re honored to have been among 235+ professional presentations and workshops designed to support dual language education.
Effective, Integrated, and Responsive ELD for Dual Language Classrooms
- Heather Skibbins, Ana Marisol Sánchez & Patricia Montes-Pate
Strengthening Family Partnerships to Promote Bilingual Pride at Home and in the Classroom
- Adriana Diaz & Judith Alcalá
SEAL (Sobrato Early Academic Language) is a nonprofit dedicated to advancing the educational outcomes of multilingual learners. Through its research and evidence based approach, SEAL is building the capacity of California preschools and elementary schools to deliver language-rich, joyful and rigorous education for all children. A multiyear evaluation found that SEAL improved teaching practices and English learners demonstrated stronger engagement, positive language development and academic outcomes.