Moving Elementary School English Learners Forward: Understanding How COVID-era School Disruptions Impacted English Learner Education
In the first semester of my honors thesis, I looked at how big events like COVID-19 affect non-heritage English speakers. Through my research, I was able to compile a literature review to see what challenges ELL students face, and how we could overcome those difficulties. This then led me this semester to look at what strategies could better assist ELL students in the classroom. To understand how teachers are working with students in classrooms now I interviewed teachers and observed classrooms to find out what strategies, technology, and resources could help ELL students.
Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Dr. Jeanne Carey Ingle, Thesis Advisor
Dr. Andrea Cayson, Committee Member
Prof. Kimberly Hollock, Committee Member
Vissering, Danielle. (2022). Moving Elementary School English Learners Forward: Understanding How COVID-era School Disruptions Impacted English Learner Education. In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 568. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/568
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