Wednesday, August 27, 2014
(Un)learning disability: Recognizing and changing restrictive views of student ability
(Un)learning disability: Recognizing and changing restrictive views of student ability offers concrete ways that students, schools, and teachers can unlearn disabling behaviors. It illuminates how social processes of disablement take place, rather than simply describing their influence and looks at settings where students encounter more flexible ideas of ability and intelligence. -from the book description
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