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How to Promote Equality & Diversity in the Classroom

The article and activities is focus in how to Promote Equality & Diversity in the Classroom. Equality and diversity, or multiculturalism, is the idea of promoting and accepting the differences between people. More specifically, equality is about ensuring individuals are treated fairly and equally, no matter their

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Family Engagement in Education: Seven Principles for success

The results of this stury show that the involvement of partents in school workflows can lead to sucessful and targeteted school development as well as beneficies in personal life settings. Seven principles are proposed: Be prepared and define obstacles Be respectful and build a community Be specific

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Big Brothers/Big Sisters Community-Based Mentoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) is an intensive, community-based mentoring program for at-risk school-aged children and adolescents. BBBS staff carefully screen and match community volunteers with participants and then monitor and provide ongoing support to the matches. BBBS mentoring is designed to promote emotional support, positive social

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School home support: Lucys Story

The work of School home support (SHS) is based on the principle that pupils’ poor behaviour and disengagement from education is often rooted in factors that go beyond the school. Therefore, they work closely with families and involve parents in their interventions, as well as working with

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Intercultural Competence Toolkit

University of Washington Bothell. Global Initiatives Intercultural Competence Toolkit. Natalia Dyba, Director of Global Initiatives. Wondering how to engage students of vastly different economic, social, racial, and cultural backgrounds in the classroom? Interested in becoming more skilled at communicating across cultures? This collaborative webpage offers activity ideas

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Peer tutoring as a Strategy to promote academic success

Peer tutoring refers to an instructional method that uses pairings of high performing students to tutor lower performing students in a class wide setting or in a common venue outside of school under the supervision of a teacher. The terms “tutoring” and “mentoring” will be used synonymously,

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Diversity in teaching and learning: Practitioners perspectives in a multicultural early childhood setting in Australia

Encounters with dominant sociocultural values begin with the early childhood classroom setting. This qualitative study reported the perceptions that early childhood educators in an Australian setting had of their culturally diverse classrooms and the pedagogic practices they implemented to address the needs of the children from diverse

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Getting our learners motivate to learn

Motivation is something that energizes, directs, and sustains behavior; it gets students moving, points them in a particular direction, and keeps them going. Teachers need to understand that they are very often the one major force which determines a learner´s success or failure. They have the ability

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Effective strategies for Dropout Prevention

The National Dropout Prevention Center/Network (NDPC/N) has identified 15 Effective Strategies that have the most positive impact on reducing school dropout. These strategies appear to be independent, but actually work well together and frequently overlap. Although they can be implemented as stand-alone strategies, positive outcomes will result

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Reducing the dropout rate at the end of secondary school

This guide describes actions that research has shown to be effective and gives an overview of what can be accomplished by various stakeholders concerned with students’ success: school administrators, parents, teachers, guidance counsellors, other professionals and the students themeselves. These effective actions can also be used to

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