P a g e | 41.Build up ramps with all stairs and set up disabled toilets to makedisabled people in school environment feel inclusive and equal. 2.Have annually Disabled Cultural days, holding activities such as:a.Blindfold people to experience being blind;b.Only use wheel chair to experience the inconvenience,;c.Have a silence class to experience being deaf, etc.Through those activities, we make students really understand what they have been taking for granted could besomething so precious for other groups of people. Also, let students and teachers to really put their feet into the minorities’ shoes to know their feeling and daily life, which give them better understanding and appropriate ways to help the disabled minorities. 3.Hold forum regularly, set up a safe, respectful, equal and trustfulenvironment for students and staff to openly discuss about the questions, concerns, assumptions with the minority group, let the minority have the chance to educate the environment. By doing this, we believe that we can set up a communication tunnel between people and the disabled minority group, which will create and cohesion and equal school atmosphere.
2.Describe two ways that you can analyse diversity data.
Activity 2AEstimated Time20 MinutesObjectiveTo provide you with an opportunity to provide a role model for others through individual behaviour that demonstrates respect for diversityComplete the following individually or in a group (as applicable to the specific activity and the assessment environment):Give an example from your own work practice of times when you acted as a rolemodel for each of the following:InclusivityInitiate conversation with newcomers, especially with people from different background and speaking different language.Impartiality3 Chinese students were chatting in front of a Vietnamese girl, the girl CHCDIV003 – AT1: Formative Assessment Task V1.2019 Faculty of Health, Community and Life Sciences – Box Hill Institute