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Martha's Vineyard : 1-4yrs
We called it Daycare. It was a spacious compound in the forest. Memories are scattered, incomplete. The clearest one is my giving an anatomy lesson on the brightly tiled floor of the kitchen. There are several other children and four adults. We are all nude, legs spread or crossed.
I explain that our sex organs look very different, but are exactly the same. The adults are smiling encouragingly at me as I give the details. I am confused that I have to explain it all but everyone is curious. It appears I'm the only one who knew. The blueprints were still cohesive in my mind. I didn't know fear, self-hate, mis-trust or body-shame yet.
I saw them as equals, as loving kin who should've had the same knowledge. I tell them the vagina is a flower from which the penis grows. I said we are all women first, then some ride the wave into 'boy'. We are equal, It's all the same, just different codes. Different clay shapes. Adults and children examined themselves as I explained how things develop one way or the other.
A boy asked earnestly if he can also make babies. I explained he chose boy this time, and cannot get pregnant. He can plant babies but he must love and protect them. He promised to be a very good father. Naked and innocent, we hugged, looking forward to the promises of Life. In later years I dismissed the nudity and touching of ourselves at Mom's insistence.
Dismissed Gram's incessant photos of me in too-tight bathing suit or completely naked on the beach. Endless photos of my body, displayed in their homes for decades. Hundreds of provocative photos that even at a very young age made me very uncomfortable.
Why does your mom have all those naked pictures of you in her room? A nosy friend asked in 6th grade. Because I made her take them out of the living-room. I replied.
Martha's Vineyard was a nudist paradise and my body was not my own. Complaining about how others touched my body brought rebukes and shaming from Mom & Gram. Instances of true pain and terror outright dismissed. Even in the face of evidence like bruising or blood.
As I saw more of the world I realized their disregard of it was the normal reaction. To seek answers, validation, closure, explanation was just being a self-pitying, attention-seeking loser.
Accusations made you a liar and the accused credible.
Children are fodder.
Sexual abuse and assault is a white noise that is so common it permeates all levels & corners of our society people can't even accept it as wrong or even happening. You are required to build thick armor.
This armor will inevitably be what doesn't allow you to be free, peaceful and healthy. I learned very early to suppress my outrage.
Instead of directing it properly at the main caregivers I'd unconsciously turn it on myself in spectacular acts of self-sabotage.
Unsurprisingly, to first hate and dissociate from my body.
Severe body dysmorphia which began with believing I was a very tall & thin black man for the first seven years of my life. Memories of his life living within nature and communicating with plants and animals overwhelmed me throughout toddler-hood. I know now it was there to remind me of the sanctity of life we are all trained early to forget. A buffer from the horrors of the life I'd been born into.
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Through the years I had to pick & choose my personal mysteries to gnaw on. Checking in with mom quickly grew useless. Her feedback the definition of gaslighting.
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She'd been to the Daycare more than once. Without Mom.
All the other kids have gone home.
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Red door – white door – green door? Like interference splitting an old TV's color signal.
No memory of moving beyond the flat white stone in the path. Just the Star. Star. Star.
For the rest of my life this path and other shattered memories of places preoccupy my mind while going through average activities.
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Sometimes hours lost. Sometimes in a place I have no reason to be or memory of getting there.
Instead of being expansive like the first dreams of creation and the flights into starfields, that path & cottage were oppressive.
Like in The Classroom, being forced to repeat a task over and over again until it's a reflex.
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It's just dreams & everyone has dreams.
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I am in the wind, part of the wind. I become a gust through the top of my head.
I meander, rarely with conscious intent.
There is the Earth and then all the layers in-between.
There are places beyond that call with familiarity.
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It exists beyond descriptive words and human comprehension.
It is a part of us, if not the truth of us. It is time, space, thought, feeling.
We may not choose a destination or even accept it exists in our waking state, but it is our home.
But The Classroom. I do not choose it. It magnetically chooses me.
It is not part of the natural place of us. It is partition, an artificial construct.
Not a traditional classroom, but the word is close enough.
We are gathered from our slumber like a herd, awakening into this constructed dream. In the beginning it was creating shapes and patterns together in the air. Moving lights together to form pictures or puzzles.
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Different animals were our choices. It was still a kind of play to us.
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As much as he wasn't the big dog or the monkey that snapped you with his tail if you didn't keep up. He eventually revealed himself as a smallish balding man with an extremely punchable face. After toddlerhood it resembled a boot camp atmosphere. Later we wondered if there had been more than one Teacher. In the beginning Teacher seemed far less harsh.
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I was insolent and disruptive, not understanding why I couldn't change The Classroom dream easily like other places. We were brought there for the duration of time they chose and couldn't return to our bodies until they flipped whatever switch that let us re-inhabit ourselves.
I couldn't change the dream but learned I could leave the classroom. The natural 'astral-plane' lay just beyond the artificial facilities. From above it appeared as a cluster of blister-like buildings attached like barnacles on the outermost film of Earth's atmosphere.
The only thing truly keeping us in the Classroom was our fear and obedience.
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Though fear of Teacher kept them obedient in The Classroom, we met up with each other in our non-classroom dreams.
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Maddie and I hadn't ever been close. Maddie regarded me with the appropriate disdain Teacher encouraged as far as I could tell.
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I rebelled through negative behavior.
She rebelled through compliance.
Her dark, brooding look washed into my mind.
She was seeking freedom by gaining power.
She wasn't the kiss-ass I assumed at all.
Her disdain was for my lack of precision & purpose, not my rebellion.
She'd figured things out a billion moves ahead.
She understood what all this was decades before I did.
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Lupine Publishers | A Project-based Approach to Examine University Teachers’ Attitudes towards Visually Impaired Students
Lupine Publishers | Scholarly Journal Of Psychology And Behavioral Sciences

A case study was conducted that included an interview of a visually impaired (VIP) psychology student and a survey of teachers’ attitudes towards VIP students. A project-based approach was utilized to teach statistics to the VIP student. A survey to examine teachers’ attitudes towards the VIP student was prepared as part of a course assignment. This study utilized a mixed-method approach integrating qualitative and quantitative research. Data from 64 faculty members was collected via survey. The results of the study revealed that 33% of the teachers had positive attitudes toward VIP students. Factor analysis indicated that teachers’ attitude has three components explaining 52% of the total variance: 1- Teacher’s confidence to teach the visually impaired, 2- Lesson impact due to the presence of the visually impaired in a regular classroom, and 3- the recognition of the visually impaired contribution to the enrichment of the classroom experience. These factors seem to indicate that experience with teaching the visually impaired enhance teacher’s confidence to teach the visually impaired and recognition of the visually impaired contribution. Obtained results show significant difference with respect to teachers’ confidence (p-value 0.005) in their ability to effectively teach the VIP. There was also a significant difference in the perception of the VIP contribution to benefit the entire class (p-value 0.024). However, the belief that teachers had to alter the lesson plan because of the presence of the VIP student in class was not significant. Most teachers had varying views and preconceived misconceptions about teaching the visually impaired and claimed the major challenge would be to describe visuals. The study concluded that positive attitude of teachers towards the visually impaired was dependent on whether or not they had previous exposure to visually impaired people. Moreover, this study supports the claim that inclusive education with the necessary resources, and supportive teachers may contribute to the visually impaired students’ academic success. The study led to relevant teaching model suggestions for VIP students towards inclusive education.
Students with visual impairment have educational needs that are unique and mostly met through a combination of efforts by parents, professional and students. It is a long-held position that subjects involving visual arts, mathematics and science offer instructional challenges in mainstreaming the visually impaired student [1] report that achievements in mathematics by visually impaired students tend to be below their performance in other academic subjects. However, [2] suggests that training for teachers and supportive materials improve mainstreaming and levels of higher education available to the VIP. In order to meet their unique needs, it is important to provide VI students with specialized services and materials such as proper media and books [3] These are tools that are important in enabling them to compete with their peers and take part in various roles of society[3]. It is important that the education sector comes up with a full range of options and programs in which the service providers can create an appropriate environment for each visually impaired student The California Education Code recognizes there is no adequate technology to translate complex mathematical concepts for the profoundly blind. Therefore, a human helper is the best way to create equal access. Instructors need to verbalize everything they write and be precise with their language. Not only can the visually impaired student create a graph and draw geometric constructions, with the right tools; they can often benefit non-disable students [4] It is very important for all students to use as many senses as possible when learning and the inclusion of the visually impaired student in a regular classroom is beneficial to sighted students. A study of around 1,000 primary school students in the United States state of Indiana found positive impacts of inclusion on the progress of nondisabled students in mathematics[5] .
The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) stated, “The real problem of blindness is not the lack of eyesight. The real problem is the misunderstanding and lack of information which exist. If a blind person has proper training and opportunity, blindness is only a physical nuisance” (1999). Furthermore, recently at the NFB website it is posted: “Every day we raise the expectation of the blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between the blind and our dreams” (2017). In fact, the inclusion of the VIP in a regular classroom would enrich the experience of the sighted students helping diversify perspectives and knowledge by promoting access to explore different senses that would not be taken into consideration in a regular classroom. Besides examining teachers’ attitudes towards the visually impaired student and demonstrating the value of a project-based approach, this paper aims to raise awareness of teaching challenges and the VIP contribution to the classroom as they increasingly become students in general education. This paper argues that mainstreaming is beneficial to the visually impaired student as well as the entire class in an inquiry-based environment. [6] suggests that students with disabilities seem to thrive in inquiry-oriented learning environments. The paper promotes inclusive education involving project-based assignments. This form of assignment brings real world problems to the classroom that may be an important factor in guaranteeing the success and acceptance of the visually impaired. The emphasis of creating an opportunity to employ personal knowledge facilitates meaningfulness of the content material. This done by active participation and exploration, building a teaching model based on students’ prior experiences and knowledge [7].
In addition, teachers as well as the students’ positive attitudes towards inclusion and expectations may provide higher level of academic success. Indeed, [8] reports that teachers’ positive attitude towards students with special needs increases selfperception and academic performance. Dubis (1987) surveyed 373 special education teachers’ attitudes toward student blindness and identified positive attitudes in general. According to Magdalena, in order to teach statistics to a VIP student three conditions have to be met: 1- an individual approach towards the student, 2- adaptation of didactic materials, and 3-availability of special software such as SPSS (JAWS -Job Access With Speech). The key element of the Americans with Disability Act and Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is creating equal access to people with disabilities. This means to create an environment that will allow an increase in the numbers of pupils that enter higher education. According to research by [9] access is an important element when it comes to inclusion, and inclusion in this context is defined to be more than placement of the special student in a certain setting. When a student with visual impairment is placed in a regular classroom, in a facility that provides access, it does not necessary mean that the student will feel included [9] Students with visual impairment will only be included once their specific and unique educational needs for access are met. This requires the assistance of personnel that are specifically trained for that purpose in a case by case basis.
The teaching model approach of this study to serve the visually impaired student, was based on project-based learning in an inquiry-based framework. The assignment was selected considering the student’s motivation and knowledge complying with his personal experience. The assignment included dialectical discussions involving other students and instructors by use of brainstorming sessions. This was an appealing strategy because, instead of reading and or hearing concepts, the student actually used the field of study of his interest to solve real world problems. In this sense, the project-based approach was a powerful tool especially for the visually impaired student as it provided an opportunity for strengthening interactions and contribution with other students and faculty. Because it is important to offer equal opportunity to all learners in the formal education system, it is vital to offer equal opportunities to people with visual impairment in order to ensure that they are able to participate just like any other student in the formal education sector. However, it is imperative to understand how the influence of instructors’ attitudes towards students with visually impairment and the associated preparedness of the instructor impact the visually impaired student learning outcomes. The study utilized a mixed-method approach integrating qualitative and quantitative research. The study was conducted online, and participants were provided with the address for the survey monkey website to complete the questionnaire at a time that was convenient for them. The survey was launched on December 1st 2014 and results were compiled on January 14th, 2015. All faculty members of Woodbury University were selected to participate in the study, a total of 120 members. However only 64 faculty chose to participate. The name of participants was not disclosed to protect their confidentiality, but their age, years teaching and exposure to visually impaired people were recorded.
The instrument was created as a group-activity using student peer participation and input from two professors. The questionnaire sought to obtain the following information by dichotomous variables to identify teacher’s age, years of teaching, experience teaching visually impaired students and previous interaction with visually impaired people. This was followed by Likert-scale type questions as described in Table 1. At the end of the survey, six openended questions were included. They were intended to encourage respondents to give more information and express themselves. This was done in an effort to reveal attitudes, opinions and beliefs. The following open-ended six questions were analyzed:
I. What is your opinion of a visually impaired person in terms of contributing effectively in the workplace?
II. The office of student development contacts you to let you know that you have a VIP student in one of your courses next semester. How would that affect your lesson plan? (Refer to learning outcomes and lesson plan alterations).
III. Do you think you are prepared to teach a VIP student?
IV. What do you think the challenges would be to teach a visually impaired student?
V. What are your expectations from the VIP student in terms of participation in class?
VI. Do you think VIP student should be included in regular classes?
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Forty percent (40%) of the Likert scale statements score a mean of 4 and above. The percentage distribution for the responses to each of the 20 statements shown in Table 1 indicate that faculty, overall, responded with a positive attitude towards the teaching experience of a visually impaired student. This was especially true for the statements with higher scores and item-total correlations such as Q7 (I believe that having a VIP student in my regular class will affect negatively other students) and Q8 (The extra attention VIP student require will be to the detriment of other students). In contrast to neutral statements Q6 (If I have a VIP student in my class, I would not slow down the class so other students do not get bored) and Q13 (I think VIP student need extra time to study and do their test then the sighted student) were evenly distributed (Figure 2).

The lowest item mean scores were obtained by the statements Q6 (If I have a VIP student in my class, I would not slow down the class so other students do not get bored), Q9 (I believe that VIP student have good imagination that makes them understand the main point quickly) and Q13 (I think VIP student need extra time to study and to do their test then the normal student) indicating most faculty believe that VIP student will slow down the class and they will need more time to learn. These statements have also the highest coefficients of variation as shown in Figure 3 indicating high variability. The coefficient of variation (CV) is defined as the ratio of the standard deviation by the mean to measure relative variation of the data. Higher values mean higher variability. Another possible explanation for lowest item mean score and higher coefficient of variation is that many respondents that had no past experience with VIP people selected N/A, avoiding a response to the statement. This may be evidence of bias disability, refusing to admit that they believe that VIS do not have a good imagination. This may indicate that faculty with no experience teaching visually impaired students have a negative attitude towards the VIP student because they believe the presence of a VIP student would require the class to slow down and would impact negatively the class by having other students bored. In contrast the following statements have the lowest variability and highest scores: Q5 (I feel uneasy when I have to talk with a VIP student), Q18 (I believe the VIS lacks study skills) and Q8 (The extra attention VIP student require will be to the detriment of other students.) show a positive attitude towards teachers confidence to approach the VIS, student’s sufficient study skills, as well as the enrichment to the class experience by pointing to the fact the blindness is not an impairment to academic success Figure 4.

Independent t-tests were performed for all statements in regard to faculty with and without past experience with visually impaired people. Nine of the statements indicated a significant difference between faculty attitude towards teaching the VIP student as shown in Tables 2 & 3. The results of independent t-test revealed that teachers with teaching VIP experience generally had positive attitudes toward VIP students with respect to statements Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q6, Q7, Q9, Q17, and Q20 showed significant difference between teachers with and without past experience teaching the visually impaired. It seems that most significant differences between teachers with and without past experience teaching the VIP student are related to confidence in the teacher’s ability to teach the visually impaired, the belief that the inclusion of the VIP student in a regular class will affect negatively the progress, the difficulty to alter lesson plan and the abilities of the VIS to understand the main point of the lesson. It is interesting to note that statement Q20 (I believe that I need to attend special training to teach VIP student) referring to training had low a score for those teachers with previous experience with VIP student. It is in contrast to those teachers that did not have experience with the VIP and admitted that they do need training. Training and having previous experience teaching the VIP student were identified as influential factors regarding positive teachers’ attitude. 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Statement Q20, if removed, would slightly improve Cronbach’s coefficient to 0.843. In addition, it is the only statement to indicate negative item-total correlation possibly because this statement had lower scores for faculty with VIS teaching experience than for the without as was shown in Table 2. In addition, in Table 8, for Cronbach’s Alpha Inter –total correlation, statement Q20 shows a negative correlation. A possible cause for the negative correlation could be that a higher score was attributed to those that agree to have training to better attend the needs of the VIP student. Most faculty that did not have experience teaching the VIP strongly agree that training would be necessary. This demonstrates their interest in improving teaching skills, while teachers with past experience stated that they did not need training, thus lowering their scores. For the purpose of correlation analysis, color-coded data was utilized according to the rule of thumb defined by [11] categorization (Table 8). According to Table 9 30% of the correlation were in the weak category represented by the orange color, followed by 19% moderate strength of correlation represented in blue. Only one correlation was strong, given in yellow. Its value was 0.749 correlation between Q7 and Q8. This result was observed possibly because both statements have similar meaning [11-14]. It shows most of the respondents strongly disagree that the VIP student will affect negatively other students because of instructor’s extra attention to the VIP student. Represented in pink are 18% of the negative correlations. Table 9 indicates that most negative correlations are obtained for statement Q20. A possible cause for the negative correlation could be that a higher score was attributed to those that agree to have training to better attend the needs of the VIS. Most faculty that did not have experience teaching strongly agree that training would be necessary, demonstrating interest in improving their teaching skills. In addition, the fact that some faculty responded N/A to some statements - at most 15.6% of respondents for statement Q9, may be a possible cause for the negative correlation. Moreover, taking into consideration that this exploratory study has a relatively small sample size, as the data is strongly affected by a few respondents, may also have contributed for negative correlations. The fact that many other items showed a positive association, above 0.20 (50% of the cases), and that Cronbach’s alpha is 0.830 indicates an acceptable internal consistency. While 0.830 indicates good internal consistency, it does not mean that the scale is unidimensional. In order to determine dimensionality, a scaled factor analysis was performed [14-19].
A Principal Components Analysis (PCA) with a Varimax (orthogonal) rotation of the 20 statements was conducted on the data gathered from 62 faculty participants. An examination of the Kaiser-Meyer Olkin measure of sampling adequacy suggests that the sample was factorable (KMO=0.685) greater than 0.600 indicating satisfactory adequacy as shown in Table 10, considering that above 0.500 usually indicate appropriateness of the factor analysis. In Figure 2 the scree plot is describes each factor indicating that after factor 5 there is a sharp change in curvature of the scree plot. This indicated that after factor 5 the total variance accounts for smaller amounts. In the present study only 4 factors will be extracted by combining the relevant variables together. In the total variance explained Table 11, the Eigen values are the variances of the factors where the total column indicates the Eigenvalues. The most variance and highest Eigen values are observed in the first factor. The next factor will account for additional variance left until the last factor. The percentage of variance represents the percent of the total variance accounted by each factor and the cumulative percentage of the variance account is described. As shown, there is little change from component 4 to 5.On the basis of Varimax Rotation 4 factor were extracted. Each factor is constructed from 20 variables as shown in Table 12. The four factors extracted explained 59.95% of the variance as indicated in Table 11. Because the fourth component has only one variable, it was not considered as a factor. According to the grouping, each group was named accordingly as teacher’s confidence ability, Impact on lesson’s plan, and VIP student’s contribution to the class. The five highest scores Q5 (I feel uneasy when I have to talk with a VIP student), Q7(I believe that having a VIP student in my regular class will affect negatively other students), Q8 (The extra attention VIP student require will be to the detriment of other students.), Q18 (I believe the VIP student lacks study skills) and Q19 (I feel that I don’t want to teach VIP student because it requires more effort) all belonging to component 1 (Teaching self-confidence in the ability to teach) as demonstrated by factor analysis. Table 13 suggests that faculty with experience teaching the VIP student have higher scores. Independent t-test has however indicated that only Teacher’s confidence and Students’ contribution factors were significant different. Lesson impact due to the presence of a VIP student in class has a neutral score close to 3 and does not indicate a significant difference between faculty with and without previous experience with VIP student instruction.
Conclusion and Recommendations
Despite the fact that this study has an exploratory character, results seem to indicate that faculty with experience teaching the visually impaired have a positive attitude towards teaching the visually impaired and most likely appreciate the presence of the visually impaired in the class. We suggest that at least in our institution where the survey was implemented that training and further faculty development be provided so we can better serve the visually impaired students. We also suggest that further research should be done in other institutions to evaluate faculty attitudes towards the visually impaired. Descriptive statistics as well as variability studies and Cronbach’s Alpha were utilized to evaluate individual statements performance and internal consistency of the instrument developed. It seems that in general most teachers’ scores indicate neutral to positive attitude towards teaching the visually impaired. Even though some biased responses may have been obtained and some refusal to respond some questions, we are confident, and training and faculty development may be crucial tool to help faculty manage an inclusive classroom where the visually impaired student may excel and contribute the class experience Table 14 .

The Factor Analysis has identified 3 core factor that had a meaningful interpretation that may affect teachers’ attitudes. They can be categorized as under 1- Teacher’s confidence to teach the visually impaired, 2- Lesson impact due to the presence of the visually impaired in a regular classroom, and 3- the recognition of the visually impaired contribution to the enrichment of the classroom experience Table 15. These factors seem to indicate that experience with teaching the visually impaired enhance teacher’s confidence to teach the visually impaired and recognition of the visually impaired contribution. The first factor, teacher’s confidence, explains 28.7% of the variability on the performance of the open-ended question. It is necessary to have confidence in the ability to teach the visually impaired in order to faculty to feel comfortable teaching the visually impaired and training may be the option to build up confidence. The second factor the impact on the lesson plan, which was relatively neutral for both experienced and non-experienced faculty seems to be a factor that may improve with training and awareness of different tools and techniques that are available for the visually impaired and faculty to better communicate and enhance learning to incorporate in the lesson plan. This factor explains 13.5% of the variability of the performance of the open-ended questions and may be an area that should be focused to improve and emphasize during training and faculty development. The third factor, recognition of the visually impaired to the classroom is a consequence of experiencing the visually impaired student in the classroom. It may also be part of training as well as sharing experience of faculty that had taught the visually impaired in the past. This factor explains 10.1% of the variability on the performance of the open-ended questions. The findings of this study and the importance of training as a transformative tool to change teacher’s’ attitudes towards the visually impaired is in conformity with that of Korir, 2015 who have found that visually impaired student may excel far better than sighted students. Korir also admits that most teachers do not have the skills to handle the visually impaired in the classroom as the source of negative attitude towards the visually impaired student.
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