I was reading Eric Sheninger’s post about use of social media on the HuffPost Education blog this morning, and this comment jumped out at me:
So often we view the world from our own perspective. But clearly, people in this school were engaged in this election, and students were debating issues. While some adults were oblivious, the kids did it their own way.
Something to think about.
Do you have other examples of how a limited perspective means a limited view of the world?
Susan Carter Morgan
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