CLASS Observation Support: Settings with Dual Language Learners is an online course designed to increase confidence in observing and recognizing effective interactions in settings with dual language learners.
Through engaging content, reflection activities, and watching videos of real classrooms, participants will strengthen understanding of how effective interactions that support dual language learners look and sound across various contexts.
Access to the 2 hour on-demand CLASS Observation Support: Settings with Dual Language Learners online training*
A Digital Activity Guide designed to support active participation during the training, summarize key takeaways, and provide space for planning trying and reflecting
A certification of completion and 0.2 CEUS upon course completion
* 2-year access to the on-demand course is provided at no additional cost to all currently certified observers
Prefer a live, facilitated training instead? Click here to request more information on the CLASS Observation Support: Settings with Dual Language Learners facilitated training offering.
Course Learning Objectives:
Explain what makes Dual Language Learners (DLLs), their educators, and their settings unique (covering age levels for Birth - Third grade)
Describe dimensions using examples that reflect interactions supportive of DLLs
Apply equity considerations for DLLs when observing using CLASS
Recognize and reduce bias when conducting CLASS observations in setting serving DLLs