1. Are there certain classes of offenders, such as sex offenders that you would ban from programs and should all kids be accepted? Yes, there are many kind of offenders that should be banned from the programs and all kids should accept the policy. These offenders include sexual offenders, thieves, drinking offenders, and any kind of offender which can result in the harm of people around them and also for them. These kind of offenders should be banned as they can ruin their own life and most importantly, in doing so, they would be destroying the lives of related persons.
He emphasizes that this teacher and student relationship in education is for people whom are “necrophilous”. And that it is only a means to control the masses by disabling their ability to critically-think. He also encourages problem-posing teaching, which are open discussion classes where not only the students can learn, but the teacher learns as well; a truly ideal learning environment for growth and change. Some of you may believe that your education has not been oppressive, but I can tell you from my own experience that there have been significant improvements, but Freire’s ideals still hold true to this day. First, we must examine Freire’s ideals of education.
By doing this it is more likely to be dealt with in the appropriate manner. If I overheard someone making a discriminatory remark or not promoting equality or valuing diversity I would challenge them in a calm and professional way and tell them that what they were saying or doing, is unacceptable and explain why. I could also add that I am upset and offended by their discriminatory words and actions that it is unlawful. In a work setting, discrimination can be a disciplinary matter and policies and procedures will be in place to deal with this. I could actively challenge discrimination by acting as a role model for positive behaviour and by empowering people to challenge discrimination themselves.
and creates an urge to fight and change such things. Education makes under-privileged, down-trodden and backward people aware of their lot and instills a desire to improve their conditions. Thus education creates a desire for change. Assistance in adopting social change: Whenever some social change occurs, it is easily adopted by some people while others find it very difficult to adjust themselves to this change. It is the function of education to assist people in adopting good
The power is in your hands to change the norms and replace them. Just by being yourself, you’re making this world a better place and if you have the possibility to spread the negativities of the norms, but also the positivities that we could make out of changing the norms, then, don’t hesitate. If you’re a teacher, for instance, then you have the power to influence your students to be themselves and making positive changes to our ugly
It can be concluded that in the school has been established an assimilationist-compensatory education. It means that immigrants are adapted to the customs and values of the host society, considering it as superior and thus losing their cultural identity. This assimilation is performed to integrate into society. The faculty sees as a problem the fact that children from other cultures are in their classes because they have not been trained to deal with this cultural diversity and also because they don't receive any kind of help from the government. To solve this problem, help is requested to the Public Administration to provide teachers from the countries of inmigrant children to serve as a link between them, school and families.
To resolve these relating to segregation and educational inequity, educators must face racism upfront. Educators have to confront their own, sometimes unmindful, racism, and then move toward integration that will lead to a better cure of racism or at least a prejudice reduction. Important aspects of a multicultural curriculum include critical thinking, emotional intelligence instruction, character, moral education, peace education, service learning, antiviolence education, and the comprehensive of education etc. Sandra Parks, a successful educator, believes that by adapting the curriculum and by addressing expressions of racism, schools can help students improve to by understanding and dealing with other people, of peoples color and cultural differences. She believes that teachers have to show respect towards their students, their families, and their students' cultural backgrounds.
Actually, as per the researches, it has been also found that, prevention to such events can be possible via certain approaches in the workrooms and society. Contrary to prevalent thoughts, zero tolerance policy can be practical for the understood inequality and unfairness and emotional and physical destruction bringing occasions. For this purpose, managers or supervisors or employers should setup the intact framework of working style or broadcast the set of information from time to time. Periodic programs, operating procedures, employee handbook, or manual can be part of the said policy to apprise employees about how to refrain from illegal actions and behaviors. Moreover, in the same matter of zero tolerance policy, education to employees with reference to workplace violence, suitable security to workstation through identification devices, keys, password and so on, facility of drop safes for financial security, vehicles and mobile phones’ facility for the purposes of emergency and intact communication, caution against unsafe workroom, integral policies and procedures’ formation and so on can leave a lasting impression among
Whether it comes in the form of gender, religion, race, language, socio-economic background, culture, or developmental differences there will be differences among our students, therefore, we as teachers are to develop an effective plan to cater to them. The road towards eliminating classroom diversities can be difficult but not unachievable. Teachers may employ ways of catering to diversity by firstly helping them understand that society is made up of many different races and classes of people and all culture should be esteemed. Additionally, they should come to recognize that everyone despite their social standing has something of importance to offer to humanity. Each career path or job has an importance as well; therefore, they should be appreciated.
This is in alignment with Lipsky and Gartner's (1987) principle that children should be educated in the least restrictive environment. Therefore, inclusive education aims to educate all in a mainstream school irrespective of their diverse needs by adopting modifications in teaching approaches, strategies, and curriculum. Integrating disabled students is the way forward. While perceiving education systems through the eyes of inclusion, the guidelines developed by (UNESCO, 2009) observes that there is need to shift our perception from viewing the student as the problem to the education system as the problem. Other researchers also substantiate that there are evident barriers and challenges in provisions due to ineffectual cultural awareness, learning environment, infrastructure, policy and human resources.