‘The Jacket Report’
What is a “diverse learner?” Most people can think of a time when they said or did something and afterward realized it did not come across the way they meant it to. Most people can also relate to feeling left out or like they didn’t fit in during some situations.
When we think about diverse learners, we must consider ALL of the things that make us diverse, such as: addiction, body image, culture, eating disorders, English learners, foster families, gender identity, giftedness, homelessness, learning needs, living with disabilities, mental health, migrant families, military families, non-traditional families, physical disabilities, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, transient families and twice exceptional.
Focusing on diverse learners is committing to building a culture where everyone feels safe and respected. How did this focus begin?
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