Source Self/Other/World Morrell Teachers need to implement activities that give students choices in the classroom which help them, in essence, to feel like their ideas matter, like they belong, and that they can make a difference in the world around them. Tatum Serious consideration must be given to text selection so that students can be well serve. Students should be able to access text through gender, cultural, and economic identity. Text should have transformative power that inches students closer to a broader humanity. Wright When teachers give students meaningful tasks that mirror real world practices in the classroom, they are promoting socio emotional learning in that students have a greater sense of value and worth and develop a social perspective on how their contribution in the classroom lends to a greater good of those around in them. Cummins Students should have access to books that are in their home language as well as encourage them to think deeply about issues and allow them to communicate their enthusiasm for reading.