Dorothy L. Bullock Hosts a Virtual Hispanic Heritage Read-In
For Immediate Release PR2021-Hispanic Heritage Read-In December 1, 2020
Dorothy L. Bullock School Partners with Rowan Professor to Host a Virtual Hispanic Heritage Read-In
Dorothy L. Bullock School students recently enjoyed a virtual Hispanic Heritage Read-In. The school partnered with Rowan University Professor William Rozycki. Scholars from Rozycki’s class shared stories that spotlighted Hispanic and/or Latino culture. Bullock students were also able to interact with computer-generated versions of famous figures in a virtual museum, hosted by their school’s special area teachers. With the use of technology and augmented reality, Roberto Clemente, Frida Kahlo, and Chef José Andrés magically came to life to speak to students in the virtual museum.
Rowan University student Elizabeth Gentile read “Maria Had a Little Llama / María Tenía Una Llamita” by Angela Dominguez to Glassboro students during Dorothy L. Bullock School’s virtual Hispanic Heritage Read-In.