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Assuring Access to Instructional Technologies for Language Minority Students: A Case Study of a Teacher Training Program
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NTJFNAFBE Volume 13, Number 1,

Abstract

Describes a program that trained 65 experienced bilingual educators to write and adapt educational computer software in their primary languages, to revise curricula accordingly, and to write grants to bring hardware and software into their classrooms. Discusses participant selection, program curriculum, community involvement, and interdepartmental collaboration. Contains 18 references. (SV)

Citation

Rossett, A. & Rodriguez, A.M. (1988). Assuring Access to Instructional Technologies for Language Minority Students: A Case Study of a Teacher Training Program. NABE: The Journal for the National Association for Bilingual Education, 13(1), 43-58. Retrieved October 1, 2020 from .

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