Bilingual education courses for teachers
Bilingual education is an important topic in today’s P-12 classroom. Teachers must be able to differentiate instructions and adapt strategies for all learners, including bilingual students. This makes bilingual education an important tool for teachers interested in professional development and growth.
Our bilingual education courses are designed to provide teachers a deeper understanding of cultural diversity. This includes preparing you for classroom-based assessments and instruction methods such as linguistics and multicultural education for bilingual learners.
Enroll in online bilingual education courses and learn:
- Current theory and research in second language acquisition.
- How to analyze and apply vocabulary development approaches.
- How to successfully interact in cross-cultural settings.
- The impact culture has on language.
As a student you also have access to online tools to help you succeed, including a range of academic and career resources. You can take an individual class for personal development or apply your credit toward a degree program. Please note, if you plan on transferring to an outside educational institution, it is important that you check with them first to determine if credits are transferable prior to enrolling.
Additionally, these courses may also help you meet criteria for potential recertification, endorsements and professional development. In many states, endorsement is required for teachers in bilingual classrooms as well as for bilingual specialists and bilingual resource teachers. Please check with your state agency for details.
We strive to make continuing education more readily available for the adult learner. You can pursue bilingual education courses online, completing your course work when it’s convenient for you. Get started today by calling 866.484.1815 to get started or request more information today.
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