Kendall Chatham, a community college first year student, logs onto her canvas page every morning to find her assignments for the day. Her only interaction with her classmates is a set of teacher prompted discussion posts. Her only interaction with the teacher is a list of assignments and the evaluation of those assignments upon completion.Continue reading “Asynchronous teaching or”
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Life isn’t fair…but school should be.
Life isn’t fair. Not everyone is born into resourced households. Not every child is wanted. Not everyone has loving parents. Some kids have parents who are college professors and others’ parents are gardeners. While neither one is inherently better, the children of the college professors enter the world with more social capital (inherited) to navigateContinue reading “Life isn’t fair…but school should be.”