Supporting Parents for Successful Emergent Bilingual Remote Learning

While each district’s learning model may look different this year, most schools are incorporating some form of remote learning. As a result, educators are reevaluating the ways in which they’re engaging emergent bilingual students, or English language learners.

A key component of emergent bilingual success is parent/caregiver involvement. But parents are now faced with more challenges than ever before. So what can educators do to support them?

This Rosetta Stone® white paper explains how, offering:

  • Three components of successful remote language learning
  • Tangible ways educators and administrators can better support emergent bilinguals’ parents and caregivers
  • Questions that can be used to assess how well an EdTech solution supports emergent bilingual students



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