Interconnecting Worlds: Teacher partnerships for bilingual learning
This inspiring book demonstrates what can be done to bring them to light and build the children’:s learning power. The authors draw on two innovative action research projects in east London to show how mainstream and complementary teachers can work together as equal partners to build rapport with pupils, help children become independent learners, create a learning community within the classroom and develop learning power by drawing on the multilingual resources of children and families.
It tells an important story to teachers, teacher educators, policymakers and all who are studying and researching bilingual learning internationally. It offers proven new ideas to strengthen school policy and classroom practice.
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