The teacher can teach fairness in the world by showing and asking open ended

The teacher can teach fairness in the world by

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we can care about each other and show empathy towards one another. The teacher can teach fairness in the world by showing and asking open ended questions. Goal four can be meet by using conflict between students as a teachable moment to help the children understand that anti- bias is the brave way to go instead of being a bully. I expect that all of these goals can be done in a timely manner such as the teacher has three months to make these changes with in their classroom. Our bilingual staff have already agreed with helping labeling the classroom with the cultures in the classroom and help with writing the classroom rules and librarian will a laminate your poster for you so they will not get tour up as easy. The councilors are going to get with families to help get stuff for the classroom that supports the cultures with in the classroom such as dress up clothes, puppets, books, pictures and meals so our students are able to communicate what their culture is like. You and I will meet every week to make sure we are on tract to make sure you are comfortable teaching different cultures and learning about the cultures in the community to help your classroom become a great classroom for the students and you. As your principal it is y job to see that the students and teacher are successful in and out of the classroom. It is my job to set extra training for my teachers to better understand cultural differences so I will be setting up a teacher in-service for all of my teachers.
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ETHICAL SOLUTION 7 Resource Cherng, H.-Y. S., & Davis, L. A. (2019). Multicultural Matters: An Investigation of Key Assumptions of Multicultural Education Reform in Teacher Education. Journal of Teacher Education , 70 (3), 219. Retrieved from
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ETHICAL SOLUTION 8 ? direct=true&db=edb&AN=135877467&site=eds-live&scope=site Derman-Sparks, L., & Olsen Edwards, J. (2010). What is anti-bias education? In Anti-Bias education for young children and ourselves (pp.1-9). Retrieved from $WIKI_REFERENCE$/pages/required-resources Lynch, M. (2018, January 16). 4 Reasons Why Classrooms Need Diversity Education. Retrieved June 09, 2019, from - education/ Meador, D. (2019, January 14). 9 Roles of a School Principal You Probably Didn't Know About. Retrieved June 09, 2019, from National Association for the Education of Young Children. (2011). Code of ethical conduct and statement of commitment . Retrieved from %20Statement2011_09202013update.pdf Weissman, P., & Hendrick, J. (2014). The whole child: Developmental education for the early years (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River: New Jersey.
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