• Yemi S.

What do you see?

How does your lens affect what you see?

Because you most certainly have a lens...

and your lens is informed by your identity (i.e. who you are)—

and your identity is a function of the sum total of your experiences and the many dimensions of your being and background.

What do you see?

This is an especially salient question for teachers.

How does who you are impact what you see?

If you can keep that question in mind, you will be much more likely to create in the ways that benefit all of your students... as in the ones whose identity-backgrounds match yours and also those who don't.

This is an essential responsibility of teaching in a 21st century multicultural society.

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