Maya Angelou "It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength."
Feature: Jaddey Feliz-Cabrera
One of my favorite quotes comes from Althea Gibson: "No matter what accomplishments you make, somebody helped you." This quote has resonated with me in how it highlights the importance of community and the need to work together, learn from one another, and uplift each other. To recognize the community within the LDDL team, we will be posting individual features highlighting outstanding individuals who have contributed substantially to the team's shared goals. I am incredibly excited for this first post, which features an individual who has been integral to building the LDDL lab from the ground up, as she joined the team back when I started at UofSC in Fall 2018: Jaddey Feliz-Cabrera.
Additional Work by Jaddey*
We will be posting more regular features to highlight individual contributions within the Literacy Development among Diverse Learners Team. If you have any questions about any team members, please do not hesitate to reach out to me (FITTONL@mailbox.sc.edu)
4/19/2021 08:22:20 pm
Jaddey seems like she was an integral part of the success of the LDDL team! It’s exciting to see students working together successfully to contribute to the world of science.
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quantitative research. methodology. statistics. diversity. bilingualism. equity. education. assessment. speech-language pathology.