Social Emotional Learning - Equity
Authors: Zaretta Hammond & Mary Hurley
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What is culturally responsive teaching and why is it important? Zaretta Hammond: It’s a way to use culture to build trust and relationships with students as well as develop the cognitive scaffolding that builds on the broader knowledge students already have so that they can become competent, independent learners.
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