As the constant “other” teaching about “the other” sheLeslie-Ann Murray teaches her students that “otherness” is a social construct, and as a result, this concept takes on different attributes in different settings.
At Eagle Hill, we are firm believers in the use of assistive technology. Assistive technology tools can help teachers more effectively engage and empower diverse learners. In this blog, we will demystify some of the misconceptions of using AT in the classroom.
Providing students with a window into the gritty lives of characters in their reading and considering grit and resilience, we are able to make better predictions about who will succeed in college and in which environment.