During our last session, we considered briefly the notion that (effective) teachers ought to identify and attend to the different "learning styles" of their students. Here's one critique:
Let's discuss this issue next time (Monday), along with your questions from this week's Q&A. Do some additional research on the topic.
Also, just for fun (but also central to our current discussion), is US public education functioning as the "great equalizer"?:
Lastly, here's a brief essay on competing philosophical approaches to multiculturalism: