By participating in this online course*, educators will be immersed in the latest research and best practices from a wide variety of settings. Using this network of educators, we will construct a framework for dual language learners (also known as English learners, English language learners and multilingual students) that will use evidence-based strategies for screening, response-to-intervention, assessment, treatment and classroom practices for this unique population.
Through guided readings, videos, interactive discussions, and real-world application activities, educators will develop a toolkit for their setting that will allow them to dynamically and effectively meet the needs of their multilingual students.**
*Please note that a textbook is required for this course (Paradis, J., Genesee, F., & Crago, M. B. (2011). Dual language development and disorders. Baltimore, MD: Brookes.). The textbook can be purchased for approximately $30.00 on amazon at the following link: Click
**This course is held asynchronously, with a recommended timeline of module completion so that participants can progress through the course to best meet their schedule, learning style and needs.
Please also note that you will receive an e-mail one week prior to the start of the course start date with additional information regarding course access and instructions.
Available credit includes:
45 Contact Hours (4.5 CEUs) certificate of attendance provided.
Ashland credit: Earn up to 3 Ashland University credits for an additional fee.
6280 F1 – Double Helping DLLs
6280 F2 – Double Helping DLLs
6280 F3 – Double Helping DLLs