Developing Teacher Literacy in Appalachian Contexts: Or How I Went South and Learned a New Way of Being in the World

Marcia Ribble

Abstract


To become literate when we move from one part of the country to another with significant cultural differences, our first task is to learn the new culture so we can more effectively work with our colleagues and our students. When I moved from Bay City, MI, to Morehead, KY, there were many customs I needed to learn. Fortunately, what I learned helped me to cherish both my new colleagues and students.

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