Accommodating Left-Handed Students in a Right-Handed World

Rae Pica with Annie Thomassen, Megan Power, Susan Ochshorn

We’ve come a long way from the days when left-handed people were thought to be witches, but we still have much to learn about accommodating left-handed students in a right-handed world. Tune in and get the basics you need to know.

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June 22, 2012
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Annie Thomassen founded Left-Handed But Not Left Behind, a writing curriculum just for Lefties that dispels many of the myths associated with left-handedness. Megan Power has been teaching for 10 years and writing on Scholastic.com for 3 years. Megan became more aware of the needs of left handed students and helps spread the awareness to teachers and parents. Susan Ochshorn is the founder of ECE PolicyWorks, a consulting firm specializing in early care and education policy.
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