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Common Beliefs10Appendix Reflecting on Diversity Activity LogModule 2: Race, Ethnicity, Culture, and LearningTo CompleteActivity ResultsPersonal Reflection1.Rate items 1, 3, 4, 9, 12, and 13from the Common Beliefs Surveyand record your initial thoughts for each in the Activity Resultscolumn.2.Review the background information for each item in the Common Beliefsdocument andrecord in the Activity Resultscolumn whether your opinion on each changed after reading the background information. 3.Select 1-2 Questions to Considerfrom the Common BeliefsCommon Belief 1: I am colorblind Initial Rating: 1 strongly disagree. Everyone is different and we need to embrace the differences. The different traditions, culture, language, and way of life. I believe everyone is capable, but it is not right to overlook every individual’s background. It is also important stay unbiased as we acknowledge the differences.Post Rating: 1. Strongly disagree. Yes! We need to understand our students and culturally is a big partof each student. Yes, we should notdiscriminate or be biased, but we should also embrace each culture. Question to Consider: 2. Why is it important to incorporate their identities into the curriculum?