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Teaching ESL students English while they also have to learn academic content in other classes poses great challenges. In this white paper, Dr. Bernadette B. Musetti discusses how leveraging technology supports ESL student and family success.

Teaching ESL students English while they also have to learn academic content in other classes poses great challenges.

An English as a second language program online can improve learning and promote school engagement for families of ESL students. Including digital learning in an ESL curriculum can accelerate language development and help English Language Learners to overcome the digital divide and the “opportunity to learn” gap that they and their families experience.

Blended learning, when done well, complements what we know works with ESL students; it helps to meet the critical needs of more time for learning, greater language and content access, increased differentiated instruction, and expanded formative assessment.

In this white paper, Dr. Bernadette B. Musetti discusses how leveraging technology supports ESL student and family success.

Download this white paper to discover how online learning provides ESL students:

  • More time on tasks that promote language development and content area learning
  • Additional practice developing and using language meaningfully
  • Increased feedback on their language production and progress

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Technology in the ESL Curriculum

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