(#Soundingoutmysilence Article) How did sound operate as more than a text for Andi? What did you learn, as an educator, about Andi’s spacial story in both formal and informal spaces of literacy learning? What did you learn about the injustices she experienced?
In the video and article, how did individuals compose texts (videos, Instagram, social media projects, etc.) that helped them make sense of themselves and the world around them? In ways did those texts help them navigate and negotiate inequality and mobilize resistance?
Finally, how might you draw on these resources as you reflect on the ways to support your (current/future) students? If you don’t feel these resources are helpful, what resources might you draw on as you work to support your students?
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