For students to flourish in school, it is essential that families are involved. In fact, research shows that students who have families that are involved
My most recent podcast, which you can listen to here, discusses program models for emerging bilinguals. It uses my state, Tennessee, as an example of
Announcing a new podcast! Ed on its Head: An Education Podcast, hosted by Anchor.fm, will tackle current issues about education. Book reviews, policy analysis, and
One of my favorite classes this semester in my M.Ed. program at ETSU is CUAI-5010, Advanced Language & Culture PK-12, taught by Dr. Natalia Ward.
Reflections on Chapter 5 from De Jong, E. (2011). Foundations for multilingualism in education. Caslon Pub. Discussion Board Post Saturday, October 23, 2021, East Tennessee State