3 CONCEPTS TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW TO CREATE A CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM

| April 2, 2019

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Teachers are essential to the success of all students, regardless of their race or culture. Children often view teachers as mentors and role models in their lives. Through their actions, teachers send messages to children about whether they are accepted and competent enough to accomplish the tasks that they are given and about whether they are accepted members of the learning community. Teachers must set a stage and culturally responsive climate for learning and this, in turn, stimulates interest within the child.

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