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Playing with Ms. Rosario's Litany Here's how I use Wittgenstein’s ideas and performance to create a “vanishing” of Ms. Rosario's problems in school. It’s easiest to think about what is going on as a session of “let’s pretend” this is what we said. The Setting: Jim and Ms. Rosario are sitting at his dinning room table talking about her students. She is anxious because she needs to start preparing them for testing and she has told Jim that she doesn't have time for the “enrichment program” they were running during her literacy block once every other week or so.
There were no opportunities to take risks without serious consequences and there were no institutions or individuals that were visible to me to provide access to the necessary resources. That changed for me as a computer science major, there was a little community of students that hung out in the computer lab and professors often had favorite students that they encouraged and recommended for part-time programming and technical support jobs. I started earning money with tutoring and part time jobs hooking up computers in college, that was the beginning of my technology career.
I had middle class ambitions. Education in New York City As I remember my career as a New York City public school student the negative experiences seem to outweigh the benign and/or positive experiences. It would be insincere of me to even attempt a balanced perspective from my own accounts. However, I will share some vivid memories that fuel my bias and are still what I believe are common experiences for students four decades later. Then, I will reflect on the outside of school experiences that offered models of learning and leadership that were alternatives to the learning opportunities that I received in public school.