The book Responsive Schools for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners supports educators and educational leaders to design, implement, and examine approaches to support culturally and linguistically diverse learners to succeed in school and their lives. It includes many evidenced-based examples from the field and details practical steps for implementing responsive practices.
It is also a best-selling book that continues to receive high praise. For example, it was recently reviewed in Teachers College Record. The reviewer describes it as “an excellent book, [that] should be part of all teachers’ libraries, and of in-service and pre-service training for all teachers.” In addition, it is a popular course text for teaching pre-and in-service educators in institutions of high education and providing professional development in schools, districts, associations, and educational service agencies.
Co-author Debbie Zacarian presented a webinar about Responsive Schools for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners in January 2021. It was produced by EdWeb.net and moderated by editor Carol Collins of Norton Books in Education. Several hundred attended the event. They rated it as one of the best presentations that they have seen on the topic. Now, it is available to view in its entirety. Note: those interested in receiving continuing education [CE] credit for this viewing must access the recording through EdWeb here.
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