Toward a New Pluralism in ABE/ESOL Classrooms: Teaching to Multiple “Cultures of Mind”

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In much research, learners’ perspectives tend to be considered in light of a program’s expectations or U.S. society’s definitions of learner needs, rather than considering how learners would define and make sense of their own experiences, hopes, and needs. In contrast, this study considers learners’ meanings as the fundamental starting point for exploration.


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