I will advocate for impoverished learners poverty is

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I will advocate for impoverished learners : Poverty is too complex for simplistic solutions or quick judgments. Yet many people rush to blame it on laziness, lack of discipline and weak character. In reality, poverty happens for dozens of reasons, which is why it is so crucial to understand the depths of the challenges faced by children from poor homes.
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Different ethnic or cultural background: I will provide learners with evidence that people who do not look or act like them are still people just like them. Be sensitive to cultural differences. I will teach my learners about multicultural role models. This demonstrates that people of all genders, ethnicities, and appearances can have a positive influence on the world and deserve to be respected and emulated. I will Craft the right environment for culturally responsive learning. Use your wall spaces to display posters depicting cultural groups in a non-stereotypical fashion. I will teach my learners to embrace their own culture and heritage. Another important goal of culturally responsive education is to teach learners to respect and appreciate their own culture and heritage.
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linguistic challenged backgrounds: I will encourage other educators to respect all learners and themselves as individuals with culturally defined identities. I will also encourage learners to bring funds of knowledge to their learning communities, and, recognizing this, teachers and teacher educators must incorporate this knowledge and experience into classroom I will be Socially responsive and be a responsible teacher simply because learning requires
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