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… others. In any case, the message is clear, blind people can be masterful musicians. It is empowering to the blind child and enlightening to the rest, all within the framework of teaching about music and history.
The method of incorporating cultural diversity education into the regular lesson plan has several other advantages. One of these is the advantage that it does not place undue additional demands on …
… today by special education teachers, time constraints, too many children in the classroom, and paperwork that by itself could constitute a full time job. However, the job of teaching cultural diversity in a country where that diversity is growing by the year is vitally important, not just to create a positive school environment, but to make the students more aware of themselves and of the world around …