In this blog post Keagan Stoyles, Facing History and Ourselves Program Intern, and Shira Wolch, Education Coordinator for ReelAbilities Film Festival Toronto, discuss the importance of understanding the models of disability and accommodations that are made for certain students, but benefit all.
“Either way, the fact that you are here at all changes everything. Because this - you and me, looking at these stories together - this is one of the most beautiful parts of being a human; the drive to connect and understand, heal and blossom. This is the kernel that takes my breath away; the piece that I want to hold on to.”
Topics: Books, English Language Arts, ELA, English Classroom, English, Disability education, book club