Alexander, C. (2019, September 17). Learning to See Students’ Deficits as Strengths. Retrieved September 18, 2019.

Culturally responsive teaching involves teachers getting to know students to use their strengths to support and improve their learning experience. This may require finding creative ways to let students help each other understand and matching high expectations to high support, writes educator Charles Alexander.

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