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B if we do not resolve this conflict between them the

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b. If we do not resolve this conflict between them, the educator might keep doing the same behaviour to the child and his mother got angry to her. c. The child’s family came from Fiji and they believe that disappear their spirit when someone stroke their head. d. Because this is their country’s belief and practice that do not stroke the other’s head from past through the family’s education. e. Actually, the child is not harmed but they can feel bad because this is uncomfortable for them. f. I think the family and the supervisor or herself would solve this conflict. g. First, I would have small meeting with the parents and the educator who stroked their child. h. 1. Ask the educator not to stroke his head anymore 2. Communication between them who has different culture and explain this behaviour’s meaning to the educator. i. I would prefer the second solution that discuss about cultural meaning because the educator fully understand why the parent was angry to her and the parent do understand that she just though their son is cute and adorable that is why she stroked his head. In her country can mean he is cute and it is a way to show friendly greeting. When they understand their different culture, they can understand each other and the educator does not do the same action and if she does habitually, the parents do not be upset. HLTHIR403C Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers - Written Task 16 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Version 1.1
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