Family And Culture In The Classroom

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The authors begin this chapter with the definition of a good school. “A good school contributes to the health of a community by taking care of its children and preparing them to contribute to society in the future.” (Hall et all., 2014, p. 130) Then throughout the text, the authors teach the reader from how to comprehend the perspectives about the quality of school and teachers to understanding the role culture plays by influencing teaching and learning. Additionally, the authors explain the relationship between student’s culture and families and the curriculum in schools. Finally, the authors remind the reader to not stereotype students by their families and gives several strategies to utilize parents in the classroom. Overall, the authors’ main focus is on families and culture, because both are significant factors that impact not only a teacher’s curriculum, but the learning of a student as well.
2. What stuck out to you the most from the article (either because you strongly agree or strongly disagree)? Explain why.
The statement, “Although children are
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I will encourage my own children to focus solely on school and encourage them with love to improve themselves. On another note, I will provide my students with the most stable and loving environment possible. There are several students who come from a destructive and broken home, and I want them to feel safe and loved at school; therefore, I will do my best to provide them with that type of environment. Additionally, I will encourage students’ parents to be involved with their student’s education and provide opportunities for parents to assist their children in the classroom. Ultimately, this chapter has taught me how significant family and culture will shape a student’s learning. With this information, I will strive to be aware of my student’s home environments and culture, in order to provide them with the best education

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