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Approaches to Teaching Language, Knowledge, and Power in a Composition Program: A Participatory Action Research Project Applying Critical Race Theory, Queer Theory, and Decolonial Scholarship
For this study, I explored how Washington State University’s Composition Program might further equip faculty to address the relationships of language, knowledge, and power—specifically as connected to whiteness, normativity, ...
GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS' ATTITUDES, KNOWLEDGE, AND STRATEGIES RELATED TO TEACHING STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES IN SAUDI ARABIA
Although Saudi Arabia has an inclusive classroom for students with learning disabilities (LDs) the general education teachers are not prepared to handle the special needs of the students with LDs. This study examined ...