A. Langeloo, MSc
A high classroom quality, with good teacher-child interactions, is important for the development of children. But, as successful development implies a good match between a child’s characteristics and the environment, it might differ per child what entails good teacher-child interactions. Moreover, it is important that children are engaged in the interactions and activities in the classroom to be able to learn from them. In this project, it will be examined how learning opportunities are different for sequential bilingual children compared to monolingual children. This will be studied by observing during one year the teacher-child interactions, activities, engagement and development in 20 kindergarten classrooms. This project will expand the knowledge on how learning environments can be made effective for children with different backgrounds.
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