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Recommendations: by Mind Map: Recommendations:

1. Schools:

1.1. 1.

1.1.1. Always be mindful that every student is different and that what one student is prepared for, others in the class may not be.

1.2. 2.

1.2.1. Make sure to present ideas objectively so that students can make up their own minds.

1.3. 3.

1.3.1. Take the time to be open with parents, students, and fellow educators about what is being discussed in classes.

1.4. 4.

1.4.1. When situations occur at schools be open to discuss and answer questions, but also recognize age and maturity and do not go past scope of student questions.

1.5. 5.

1.5.1. Keep parents, students, and fellow educators informed on situations that occur. Whether by making a discussion board, in class discussions, school assemblies, parent meetings, emails, etc.

2. Parents:

2.1. 1.

2.1.1. Open a trusting and safe environment for your child to ask questions.

2.2. 2.

2.2.1. Be mindful of media and world events and that your child will likely be exposed to these situations.

2.3. 3.

2.3.1. Be open when child has questions, leaving their questions unanswered could lead them to search in the wrong places for seemingly innocent answers. Also make sure when answering their questions to be as unbiased as possible so that they may become well informed members of the community with their own beliefs.

2.4. 4.

2.4.1. Communicate with your child's school and educators so that both they and you can be open and boundaries and expectations can be established.

2.5. 5.

2.5.1. Make sure what you are teaching your child and what the school teach them are the same. Teaching two different ideas can be not only confusing , but frustrating for a child.

3. Students:

3.1. 1.

3.1.1. Be open and honest with both parents and educators when discussing difficult situations. It is okay to be scared and it is okay to not understand.

3.2. 2.

3.2.1. If/ when a situation occurs listen to and respect your guardian and educators as they more than likely know how best to handle the situation.

3.3. 3.

3.3.1. Do not be afraid to ask questions.

3.4. 4.

3.4.1. Do not be afraid to make your own opinions on situations, even if they are not the same as your educator, guardian, or peers.

3.5. 5.

3.5.1. Go to appropriate and trusted sources for answers, such as parent/ guardian, trusted adult, or teacher.