|Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
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|Author:||gayle [ Thu Nov 02, 2006 9:27 am ]|
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Here is an opportunity you all might want to take advantage of. It ties right in to our discussion of building in REAL acknowledgement of diversity here at ASU, and in the real world, not just lip service.
Here's the announcement:
Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006 Price Lake â€“ PSU 201A 7:00pm
Adventures in Handicapitalism
This presentation will be made by Johnnie Tuitel (pronounced title like a book) who was born with cerebral palsy, and has used a wheelchair his entire life. He attended East Grand Rapids Public Schools where he was the first disabled student legally mainstreamed in the State of Michigan. His disability has never kept him down. Handicapitalism is a term that Johnnie uses to focus on his ability and opportunities by developing good habits and working steadily to create a successful life. In this interactive and fun presentation, Mr. Tuitel will use his disability to address daily choices, attitudes, and promote positive change in society.
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