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Dual Language Program Design and Support

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A network for educators who enrich children's lives in dual language (DL) programs and support parents' quest for their children to be multilingual, culturally diverse individuals. 

To support dual language programs, we provide:​

  • Professional development, resources and tools to help schools develop successful research-based DL programs,
  • Collaboration and networking opportunities for DL educators and administrators to share best practices, and
  • Technical support to help schools/districts create coherence for their DL programs. 

Dual Language Design Thinking Network (DLDTN)

Distance Learning Units en Español

The San Diego County Office of Education Curriculum and Instruction (SDCOE), MEGA, and Innovation Departments have collaborated to design distance learning units of study in Spanish for grades K-3 that are focused on grade level essential learnings in each content area. These units were purposefully designed to integrate content, provide flexibility and choice. The units of study connect content in the following areas: ELA/SLA, Mathematics, Science, History/Social Science, Arts, Computer Science, and Physical Education through integrated study. Assessment opportunities (formative and summative) and student feedback are embedded and intentionally developed. These open-source units are being developed in Google to ensure maximum flexibility for districts to use them with their preferred distance learning instructional platform.

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For feedback, questions or comments related to the Spanish adaptation of the SDCOE-California Collaborative for Educational Exellence (CCEE) English Units, please contact Izela Jacobo.

Dual Language School Site Visits

Join us in one of several opportunities to visit well established, model dual language programs in San Diego County.  School visits begin with a program overview by the school site administration and MEGA staff, followed by classroom visits, a debrief opportunity, and a professional learning session.

Sites and dates to be determined. Check back for updates.

Customized Professional Learning

Dual Language 101: New Program Design

Dual Language 102: Strategic Program Design