Cultural Safety in the Classroom

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Cultural Safety in the Classroom by Mind Map: Cultural Safety in the Classroom

1. Classroom

1.1. ID is complex

1.1.1. Emotionally

1.1.1.1. Belonging

1.1.1.1.1. shared identity

1.1.1.2. safe environment

1.1.1.2.1. create a space for shared identity

1.1.2. Physically

1.1.2.1. gender

1.1.2.1.1. non-binary

1.1.2.1.2. more conforming around 10

1.1.2.1.3. freedom of expression

1.1.3. Diversity

1.1.3.1. culture

1.1.3.1.1. acknowledge all cultural differences

1.1.3.1.2. many cultural spaces

1.1.3.2. microcultures

1.1.3.2.1. spaces are fluid and dynamic

1.1.3.3. Danger of Single Story

1.1.3.3.1. too simple

2. Student

2.1. Motivation

2.1.1. fear

2.1.1.1. humiliation

2.1.1.1.1. feel a threat and fight or flight kicks in

2.1.1.1.2. helplessness

2.1.1.2. threat, physical or mental

2.1.2. control

2.1.2.1. engagement

2.1.2.1.1. creativity

2.1.2.2. trust

2.1.2.2.1. risks

2.1.2.2.2. instincts

2.2. Needs

2.2.1. acceptance

2.2.1.1. Do I belong?

2.2.1.1.1. community

2.2.1.2. Am I welcome?

2.2.1.3. share the same values?

2.2.2. respect

2.2.2.1. acknowledge needs

2.2.3. competence

2.2.3.1. agency

2.2.4. social status

2.2.5. Unconscious ?'s their brains are asking

2.2.6. do I feel safe?

2.3. Autonomy

2.3.1. Self Advocate

2.3.1.1. sense of purpose

2.4. actively listen

2.4.1. empathy

2.4.2. empathy

3. Peers

3.1. Supportive

3.2. Provide Feedback

3.3. Actively Listen

3.4. acceptance

3.4.1. empathy

3.5. not supportive

3.5.1. redicule

3.5.1.1. abuse

3.5.1.1.1. rejection

4. Activities

4.1. Argument

4.2. Example

4.2.1. "just like me" statements

4.3. Sources

4.4. SOGI links

4.5. still need to teach the dominant culture

4.5.1. all can understand it

4.5.1.1. but add the others too

4.5.2. Ethnocentrism

4.5.2.1. judgements

5. 5. Conclusion

5.1. shared beliefs

5.2. better performace

5.3. self-actualization

5.4. All opinions are welcome

5.5. Atonomy

5.6. Belonging

5.7. Generous

6. Family

6.1. home

6.1.1. emotional stability

6.1.2. not supportive

6.2. INtercultural Schema

6.2.1. attitudes

6.2.1.1. girls are not as smart

6.2.1.2. g and boys are equal

6.2.2. community

6.2.2.1. social events

6.2.2.2. language

6.3. Values

6.3.1. beliefs

6.3.1.1. binary genders

6.3.1.2. gender is a continuum

6.3.1.3. religion

6.3.2. stereotype threat

7. Growth Mindset

7.1. mistakes are welcomed

7.1.1. crucial to learning

7.1.1.1. no one best way

7.2. need to take risks

7.2.1. increases self confidence

7.2.1.1. common to go through challenges

7.2.1.2. sustained involvement in the learning process

7.2.1.2.1. Increased performance

7.2.1.2.2. learning takes time

7.3. Fixed mindset

7.3.1. people like me don't belong

7.3.1.1. diminished academic engagement

7.3.2. I'm not smart enough

7.3.3. I can't do that

7.3.4. Static culture

7.3.4.1. mosaic limitations

8. Teacher

8.1. Ask ?'s

8.1.1. be vulnerable

8.1.1.1. encourage mistakes

8.2. Fun

8.2.1. Humor

8.2.1.1. games

8.3. Ask for student feedback

8.3.1. actively listen

8.3.1.1. encourage risk

8.4. provide descriptive feedback

8.4.1. authentic

8.5. empathy

8.5.1. love

8.5.1.1. make them feel proud of who they are

8.5.1.1.1. they matter

8.5.2. NVC

8.6. treat all students the same

8.6.1. equality

8.6.1.1. honesty

8.6.2. inequality

8.6.2.1. low expectations

8.7. emotionally safe classroom

8.7.1. trust

8.7.1.1. lives

8.7.1.2. histories

8.7.1.3. identity

8.8. identity worker

8.8.1. Replace blame with curiosity

8.8.2. Reduces Fight or Flight

8.8.2.1. take a measurement of psych safety

8.8.3. cultural worker

8.8.3.1. someone else , where, one, something

8.8.3.2. respect their values

8.8.3.2.1. 4 F's

8.8.3.2.2. all encompassing

8.8.3.3. know your cultural assumptions

8.8.3.3.1. avoid power imbalances

9. Bank's Dimensions

9.1. Content Integration

9.1.1. examples from all cultures

9.2. knowledge Construction

9.2.1. how bias influences

9.3. Prejudice Reduction

9.3.1. racial attitudes

9.4. empower school culture

9.4.1. labeling practices

9.5. Equity Pedagogy

9.5.1. teach to all groups

10. First People's Funds of Knowledge

11. identities

11.1. Erikson's Crisis Stages

11.1.1. society affect on development

11.1.1.1. 3-6

11.1.1.1.1. initiative

11.1.1.1.2. guilt

11.1.1.2. 7-11

11.1.1.2.1. inferiority

11.1.1.2.2. industry

11.1.1.3. 12-18

11.1.1.3.1. identity

11.2. Jame Marcia

11.2.1. Multiple ID's

11.2.1.1. active construction

11.2.2. non-linear and never ending

11.2.2.1. foreclosed

11.2.2.1.1. thrust upon you

11.2.2.2. Diffuse

11.2.2.2.1. chameleon

11.2.2.3. Moratorium

11.2.2.3.1. active exploration

11.2.2.4. Achieved

11.2.2.4.1. id crisis solved

11.3. Role Confusion

11.3.1. self-continuity failure