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5 step plan by Mind Map: 5 step plan

1. Share

1.1. who

1.1.1. Sharing the differences between the cultures would start with me. As I share knowledge about various cultures as part of the curriculum the students will feel more comfortable sharing their cultural differences.

1.2. What

1.2.1. As a class it is important to share knowledge of various ways of doing things. Networking and speaking to classmates will be a unique learning experience to each individual class. One constant that will be learned in all classes is respect and appreciation of various cultures.

1.3. When

1.3.1. Implementation from the beginning will help set precedence. At the beginning of the school year I can make sure the classroom is inviting to all cultures by utilizing culturally diversified artwork, welcomes and school material.

1.4. Where

1.4.1. In the classroom and anytime the students are in each other’s presence. Learning to respect different cultures is not only important in the learning environment, but is a lifelong skill that is imperative. Students will be respectful to one another in the classroom, outside play areas, at recess and all breaks.

1.5. Why

1.5.1. Sharing promotes a unity among the class. Differences become an interest. With that interest most times comes acceptance or at minimum respect for each others beliefs. Respect and safe learning environment is very important to all students. If students are made to believe that their culture is different in a bad way it could lead to a disinterest in learning. Furthermore it could cause unnecessary friction between me and the parents. Student should feel curious and safe in an ideal learning environment to maximize what the students learn.

1.6. How

1.6.1. Students can share their experiences with one another. This will educate students on tone, gestures and have knowledge of various cultures. With knowledge of cultures students can better respect their classmates and appreciate the differences instead of making fun or downing the differences between cultures. With permission from the administrators. hands on demonstrations will work best for sharing. Students can come dressed in their cultural attire or even bring a sample of a dish that is common in theor culture for all to share in.

2. Lead

2.1. Who

2.1.1. What

2.1.1.1. When

2.1.1.1.1. Where

2.1.1.1.2. Implementation from the beginning will help set precedence. At the beginning of the school year I can make sure the classroom is inviting to all cultures by utilizing culturally diversified artwork, welcomes and school material.

2.1.2. Leading by example is very important. Since the students will be watching my behavior and interactions I will play close attention to how I interact with other teachers and parents. I will make it a very important aspect of the classroom culture. The students will be required to respect one another and learn about the differences in cultures around the world.

3. Incorporate

3.1. Who

3.1.1. What

3.1.1.1. When

3.1.1.1.1. Where

3.1.1.1.2. Implementation from the beginning will help set precedence. At the beginning of the school year I can make sure the classroom is inviting to all cultures by utilizing culturally diversified artwork, welcomes and school material.

3.1.1.2. Incorporating what is learned will be a valuable lesson. Incorporation allows students to physically show what was learned on the iPad or in one of the classroom assignments.

3.1.2. Leading by example is very important. Since the students will be watching my behavior and interactions I will play close attention to how I interact with other teachers and parents. I will make it a very important aspect of the classroom culture. The students will be required to respect one another and learn about the differences in cultures around the world.

4. Teach

4.1. Who

4.1.1. What

4.1.1.1. When

4.1.1.1.1. Where

4.1.1.1.2. Implementation from the beginning will help set precedence. At the beginning of the school year I can make sure the classroom is inviting to all cultures by utilizing culturally diversified artwork, welcomes and school material.

4.1.1.2. I will personally need to learn the socio-cultural parameters and teach it to the students. Students generally have their maximum exposure to cultures from their home environment. Since some of these opinions could be a stereotype of simply non-applicable to the students in the given class it is important to reformulate those initial impressions. This can be done through various ways. I usually ask students to tell a little about themselves which gives some insight to that individual. Bringing different foods that are a family staple (with respect to all cultures) is another fun, interactive and knowledgeable activity. I would promote helpfulness and curiosity in learning new cultures.

4.1.2. Leading by example is very important. Since the students will be watching my behavior and interactions I will play close attention to how I interact with other teachers and parents. I will make it a very important aspect of the classroom culture. The students will be required to respect one another and learn about the differences in cultures around the world.

5. Learn

5.1. Who

5.1.1. What

5.1.1.1. When

5.1.1.1.1. Where

5.1.1.1.2. Implementation from the beginning will help set precedence. At the beginning of the school year I can make sure the classroom is inviting to all cultures by utilizing culturally diversified artwork, welcomes and school material.

5.1.1.2. I will personally need to learn the socio-cultural parameters and teach it to the students. Students generally have their maximum exposure to cultures from their home environment. Since some of these opinions could be a stereotype of simply non-applicable to the students in the given class it is important to reformulate those initial impressions. This can be done through various ways. I usually ask students to tell a little about themselves which gives some insight to that individual. Bringing different foods that are a family staple (with respect to all cultures) is another fun, interactive and knowledgeable activity. I would promote helpfulness and curiosity in learning new cultures.

5.1.1.3. Learning is so important. Students teach me as much as I teach them and allows me to become a better and more well-versed instructor.

5.1.2. Leading by example is very important. Since the students will be watching my behavior and interactions I will play close attention to how I interact with other teachers and parents. I will make it a very important aspect of the classroom culture. The students will be required to respect one another and learn about the differences in cultures around the world.