Dr. Lappin is currently an associate professor in the department of special education at Hunter College, CUNY. Her area of expertise is early childhood, specifically blindness and visual impairment.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Utilizing Qualitative Methodology: An Exploration of Infant Massage and Infant Attachment

Qualitative methodology was a valuable means for exploring the effects of infant massage on dyadic interaction where the infant was blind.

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Multicultural Children’s Literature: An Instructional Tool for Working with Students with Disabilities in the Inclusive Classroom

Children’s literature is an important tool which can be used in inclusive classrooms to facilitate social justice from a multicultural perspective while working with students from diverse backgrounds.

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Diversity Training, Educational Equity, and Teacher Preparation Programs: The Promise of Multiculturalism

Many teachers are unprepared to teach students from diverse background with challenging needs. This article will explore multiculturalism as a focus and practice and its effect on educational equity world-wide.

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