Monthly Archives: May 2011

Teacher Talk

By Cathy Sunshine I confess I sometimes think of the expression “deer in the headlights” when my students stare at me blankly, trying to grasp what I say. But increasingly I wonder: how does it look from their vantage point? … Continue reading

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New Photos of LETC Students and Teachers! (And a Workshop, Too…)

Sometimes you hit it just right with an activity, and students look like this: Engaged, active, and excited, that is. But despite our best intentions, it’s not so easy to do.

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How Well Are New Immigrants Integrating? How Can We Help?

The United States is experiencing its fourth wave of mass immigration, with most of the newcomers arriving from Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean. Like previous immigrant waves in the country’s history, this one has generated anxiety about immigrants’ … Continue reading

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