miércoles, 26 de septiembre de 2018

Lenguaje inclusivo

En Teaching Students with Disabilities se puede leer:
In order to create an inclusive classroom where all students are respected, it is important to use language that prioritizes the student over his or her disability. Disability labels can be stigmatizing and perpetuate false stereotypes where students who are disabled are not as capable as their peers.  In general, it is appropriate to reference the disability only when it is pertinent to the situation. For instance, it is better to say “The student, who has a disability” rather than “The disabled student” because it places the importance on the student, rather than on the fact that the student has a disability.
En Disability Language Style GuideTerms to Avoid When Writing About Disability se puede encontrar más información sobre los términos que se puede o no se puede usar.

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