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Resources I will use in my future classroom to support diversity.

In today’s ever-changing culture and political climate, diversity is a topic on everyone’s mind and in just about every media outlet on any given day. Students are being exposed to diversity more and more, in both good ways and bad, due to recent happenings in the US that have been heavily publicized. As diversity becomes more prevalent across the nation, how do we, as a culture, prepare the next generation to embrace diversity and handle it in a socially responsible and mature way? While big conversations about diversity and differences amongst people should happen at home, the classroom is a great place to begin the conversation and to educate students on diversity. Initiating discussions about tolerance, awareness, and the importance of diversity within the safety of a classroom will provide many benefits for your students both now and in the future. I will use this article in the classroom to teach my students on the importance of diversity and how experiencing diversity in the classroom can cause growth for the students. This semester, we learned about diversity and how everyone experienced different types of diversity in their own classrooms growing up.

Anti-bias lessons help preschoolers hold up a mirror to diversity

Some California preschools are getting children to participate in conversations about racial differences at an early age by introducing an anti-bias curricula. This video may help me to understand some techniques teachers use in the classroom to help students understand diversity and understand that diversity is a good thing. This semester in class, we discussed some techniques teachers may use to help students point out racism or any injustices in the classroom.

Engaging Diverse Families: What Parents Want Teachers to Know and Do

This presentation given by a unique panel of parents, who are also special education advocates and experts in diversity, provides an understanding of the par... This video is helpful for me in a classroom because I am learning what parents what teachers to know about diversity and racism, this is important as creating a strong relationship with your students parents connects to their learning. This semester we discussed diversity in the classroom, and this video creates examples of how parents want to discuss topics with teachers on racism.

Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up to Become Malcolm X

Atheneum Books for Young Readers. This novel is about the little boy who grew up to be Malcolm X. This children's book would help me in the classroom by showing children an iconic figure in history who created a big motion for racism change. This semester we discussed many stories of iconic figures in history who helped along the way with racism issues.

Pink Is for Boys by Robb Pearlman

Pink Is for Boys book. Read 277 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An empowering and educational picture book that proves colors are... This children's book would be helpful in the classroom to talk stereotypes and teach each student that who they are is okay, and they can express themselves however they wish too. This semester, we discussed stereotypes and how they affect each person differently.

How to Bring Diversity in The Classroom

Diversity is an essential component in all classrooms. Here are a few tips on how teachers can incorporate diversity into the classroom. This article may help me in the classroom by learning essential tips on learning different components for discussing diversity in the classroom and how to bring the topic up in subject. This applies to our class this semester by our class discussing diversity in all different types of ways


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This article would be helpful as a teacher as I will need reminders and updates with new trends that happen in generalizations. Every teacher strives to have a strong classroom where children realize generalizations and what is wrong and correct to say. This semester we discussed generalizations we make everyday and how they apply to us in the classroom.

Embracing Diversity in the Classroom | Kaplan Early Learning Company

Discover tips for embracing diversity in the classroom and learning about students' cultural backgrounds with this article from Kaplan Early Learning Company. This article would help me as a teacher, as I would need to teach children on the power of diversity and how to embrace it in the classroom to love each other no matter the race of someone. This semester we discussed diversity in the classroom and how to discuss the topic so it is talked about.

Why diversity in classrooms matters | Parenting

Diversity teaches tolerance and prepares children to navigate an increasingly multicultural future. I will use this article in the classroom to discuss how having a diverse class is good for the students to learn about each other. This semester, we discussed how our classroom was diverse and how it made us each different but the same.

Stereotype Examples

The following stereotype examples illustrate just what a stereotype is. Racial remarks, sexual remarks, and gender remarks are the biggest stereotypes. This article may help me in the classroom as a teacher as I will need to understand different stereotypes and what is the differences between all of them. In class, we discussed stereotypes and how students can be affected by them.