Biliteracy Education
Rebeca Schulz

Rebecca, I love what you said about getting to know and connecting to our students and how we can use that information to create a positive learning environment. I also used interactive journals with my student teaching, and was amazed at what I learned about my students. I had been working with students for over a month before I started the interactive journals, and was humbled by how little I had known about many of my students. It is a fabulous way to ensure we listen to all of their voices and gives equal opportunity for everyone to be heard and get that personal attention that some students tend to dominate.

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