• Chapter 6: A Translanguaging Approach to Computing Education
  • Chapter 7: A Universal Design for Learning Approach to Computing Education
  • Translations
  • Examples of Linguistic Injustices

    teaching kids to code switch and use language “appropriate” to different settings will help them get ahead

    you need to speak a privileged language to gain access to a community

    that to do “academic” work in disciplines, you need to use language in a particular way


    discounting other kinds of communication beyond spoken/written language

    -CS policies for EBLs - must know English before doing CS or enrichments

    -English Only educational policies historically

    -Calling students “ELLs”

    -“Three ways to speak English” , Jamila Lyiscott

    -“iReady is racist”

    -Indigenous language

    -“Bad English” Essay by Cathy Park Hong

    Phones and smart home devices that support one language at a time

    Example: Gentefied promo

    Example: April Baker-Bell, Linguistic Justice

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