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Building partnerships with the families of young dual language learners: Part 1
This webinar discusses the benefits of and obstacles to establishing partnerships with families of young dual language learners. It explores concepts and definitions of several terms: implicit bias, cultural humility, family engagement, and parent involvement. Strategies for building relationships with families of young dual language learners are considered.
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