I guess one of the best method to develop and improve to understand the cultural different is travelling because it brings you directly inside the culture and open your mind about the different and how to deal with. Travelling makes chances to know uses, values and beliefs of other cultures and help to develop respect for other people, even if you aren’t interested with. 2. How can you learn about the cultural backgrounds of the families and children in the Early Childhood setting? 3. What are 5 approaches you should take into consideration when interacting with people from different cultural backgrounds? 4. Identify strategies you could use to help you provide an environment that is safe for all, Including people from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islands. 5. Fill in the correct answers: Cultural awareness/Cultural safety/ Cultural sensitivity Cultural awareness is working towards understanding that there is a difference between cultures. Cultural sensitivity means being aware that cultural differences and similarities exist and how they influence values, learning and behaviours. Cultural safety is providing an environment that is spiritually, socially and emotionally safe. It’s about shared respect, shared knowledge and learning together. No Challenge, denial or assault of their identity. 6. Identify 5 work practices that would support effective cross-cultural interactions between educators and staff.
7. Discuss strategies you could use to help overcome barriers when communicating and avoid misunderstanding with people of diverse cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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