Component 1.1. Language Ideologies,
Policies and Practice
Candidates demonstrate knowledge of the
social and political power associated with
languages in the U.S. educational context.
Assessments as Sources of Evidence
Assessments of professional learning such as candidates’ philosophies of teaching, program design, community involvement and other related critical issues in dual language education.
Other assessments such as student case studies, program case studies, action research projects, collaborative work with other school specialists, collaborative with school administrative teams, systems of co-teaching, community communication plans, etc.