Looking at everyone as equal and going above and beyond to support those who feel discriminated will help and benefit the surroundings. “It is often easier to become outraged by injustice half a world away than by oppression and discrimination half a book from home.” (Carl T. Rowan) Everyone must be more aware of discrimination and not utter anything derogatory about anyone as it relates to things outside their
Being aware of racial tensions in our society is extremely important and this awareness is happening in children younger and younger as the generations pass. One thing I can say for sure; today there is not much time between unaware children playing on the playground and ‘woke’ adults marching in the streets demanding to be treated
When working with children in the school setting you will need to be aware of the different signs that a child may be being abused, the signs may include behavioural and physical changes, although you will need to do your best to make sure the child’s safety is being looked after in your care but you will need to look for possible signs that they are being mistreated while they are not in
Children have to learn how to behave and this can only be done through the setting of boundaries and constant supervision and
This is especially true when it comes to the topics of race and racism, cultural differences.” Parents make mistake easily by thinking that teaching only good side of the world is good for growing children. However, parent’s fear and discomfort to face the issues of race and cultural differences makes their children live by fearing and discomforting the world. Janet Gonzalez-Mena and Dora Pulido-Tobiassen ask parents good questions to think about: “What does it mean to be a parent raising a child in this diverse world?”
Four key good working practices that help protect the child and the adult working with them are; working in an open and transparent way, listening to children and young people, propriety and behaviour, and power and positions of trust. Working in an open and transparent way is important as it means that a practitioner is not left totally alone and out of view with a child. The layout and set-up of a room or building can contribute to this. It is important to talk about different ways of working to ensure all staff are working in the most appropriate way.
Discrimination over the Years In the world today many people believe that discrimination is normal in our society. Learning about it in school, hearing it on TV, and seeing it on social media outlets helps societies see how discrimination has changed throughout the years. When seeing or hearing things about discrimination people often think about ways to prevent it or prevent being discriminated against. The answer to that is to stand up for the beliefs in a culture or society and fight against people who discriminate.
Struggles Mixed Race Children Face My term paper talks about the struggles that mixed race children go through their entire life and how it affects them.. The reason why I picked this topic was the fact that I am a child of mixed race, and others who are like me know what it was like to be a victim of discrimination. In addition to that, the topic I chose involves different privileges based on ethnicity; such as white privilege, and minorities, or in other words, people of color. One movie that had supported my research would be the movie “Belle”, which was directed by British screenwriter Amma Asante. In the movie, a girl named Dido Belle was a child of mixed race who was found by John Lindsay whose parents did not approve of her.
The present problem displayed by JA, is his verbal and physical actions. JA would say obscene words out loud, and offensive comments to his teachers. While learning is taking place in the classroom, JA would physically assault his peers for no specific reason. The behavior JA display is an issue, because his actions disrupts the learning that is taking place within the classroom setting.
If a child interrupts when the parent is talking, plays too rough, or pretends not to hear you they are showing symptoms of behavioral problems. Ignoring behavior problems like interrupting when a parent is talking doesn’t teach the child how to be considerate of others. The parent can tell the child to be quiet or not interrupt. Reminding the child again and again just trains the child to pay attention to the next reminder rather than the first time the parent tells them something. The parent can approach their child, firmly telling the child what to do.