Books by faculty and alumni appears in CSU | Volume 6 | Winter 2021

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| Volume 6 | Winter 2021


Books by faculty and alumni include college textbooks about teaching special needs students, science and LGBTQ. Other works look at bookishness, Amazon and avian art.

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Learning Challenges for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Students With Disabilities 
By Soraya Fallah, research assistant, Center for Teaching and Learning; Bronte Reynolds, professor of educational leadership and policy studies; and Wendy Murawski, executive director and Eisner Endowed Chair of the Center for Teaching and Learning; all at CSUN
Published January 2020
This reference publication identifies ways in which CLD families can help schools build educators’ cultural competence. It explores the idea of disabilities as a social model with a focus on strengths rather than a medical model focused on needs and weaknesses.





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