Words, Thoughts, and Acts of Hate: A Personal Story of How KDP's Precepts Help Make Me a Better Teacher and a Better Person

Kirk, Rea
September 2011
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Fall2011Supplement, p33
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on significant changes in the field of education over the last century and how education may evolve as teachers move into the 21st century. It offers a history of classrooms for special children and teaching aids for special education. It highlights the prejudices associated with social and educational activism.


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