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  • Gender And Gender Diversity In The Classroom

    Gender and Socio – Economic Diversity in the Classroom What is diversity? According to Merriam- Webster diversity is the state of having several different forms, types, and ideas. On the other hand, education defines diversity as anything that is different from what society has deemed customary (eLearn Portal). The classroom is the mecca for diversity amongst students, as each student is unique and different. Diversity in the classroom identifies several issues that all teachers should be aware of, they include race and ethnicity, socio- economic status, gender, age and exceptionalities, religion, language, and learning styles (eLearn Portal). This paper will focus on gender and socio- economic diversities, the negative impacts they can have on students, and positive reinforcements educators can use to correct the issues and improve the education experience for students. Gender Diversity Gender diversity was once a term that distinguished males from females. Today gender diversity encompasses new component that deals with gender identity (Gender Diversity). An identity is the characteristics that make each person unique. However, society has created normalcies that distinctly separate “what is male” from “what is female”. Students who identify with characteristics of the opposite sex fit into this new category of gender diversity. For example, gender identity could include a young boy who plays with dolls and prefers to wear dresses, as opposed to Tonka trunks and…

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  • Inequality In Black Lives Matter

    We are living in a divided society filled with problems that still remain to be solved. Either in our economic or education system, the divided gaps between the minority community and the majority society are kept widening in America. In the face of such a complex situation, actions ought to be taken for an equally society. Or else the divided society might no longer endure minorities habitation in the unpredictable future. Before it is too late to mend past faults of injustice society, Black…

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  • Analysis Of Enabling Exemplary Teaching

    context, both teachers and students (as well as the wider community) in Australian schools are faced with various social justice and educational issues. Educational research can help us to examine and deepen our understanding on these issues whilst acknowledging the issues can help teachers improve professional practice (Ullman, 2015). Education intersects with social justice discourses and so, it is important to consider equity and the social justice issues that are present within our school…

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  • Vulnerable People In Marginalised Groups And Health Case Study

    Step 2: My mother is a career of a disabled man of low socio-economic status and so I have a lot of experience and observations in regards to health and illness of a low socio-economic person living with a chronic disability compared to the heath and illness of a person opposite. Luke is blind 34 year old man and has Bardet- Biedl syndrome (Koenders, 2016). He was told he would not live very long but he has already passed the age and beyond that he was expected to live. Luke is morbidly obese…

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  • Budget Cuts In Quebec Essay

    Schools are an important gateway for a student’s life into improving their standard of living. Schools help improve education about a student’s future. Students who graduate from school have an increased rate to find a better job, to help improve a societies socio-economic problems. We think that one of the more serious socio-economic challenge facing the province of Quebec is government budget cuts to the schools of Quebec. Budget cuts to schools not only affects students, but how they come out…

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  • Theme Of Racism In To Kill A Mockingbird

    Harper lee examines key cultural issues in her novel to kill a mockingbird, such as racism, socio-economic status and prejudice. These issues are still relevant to contemporary Australian society. She examines these issues throughout her book in many different ways, from many different points of view and from many different opinions from the characters in the book. The book is set in a small town called Maycomb in America and takes place during the depression years. The town of Maycomb is a…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Biomedical Model Of Health

    Patterns in health continue to change along with the factors that affect one’s health. In most developed countries there are significant health differences which exist between socio-economic groups. The gap between rich and poor continues to produce low levels of social cohesion and create barriers which affect health outcomes. Cigarette smoking continues to be an issue as it causes many diseases and reduces the health of smokers. This assignment will be comparing the biomedical model to social…

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  • Causes Of Vulnerability

    experience of small islands that threatened by rises of the sea level, most countries including developed countries somehow vulnerable to climate change. Vulnerability is a condition that is difficult to measure as mostly is based on the approximation (Parsons, 2014). Vulnerability occurs not only because of environmental change, but also on socio-economic characteristics such as poverty and inequality governance. This demonstrates that it also relates to consequences or actions taken by the…

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  • Cyber Bullying: The Effective Cycle Of Cyberbullying

    they cannot escape cyberbullying due to the permanence of the internet. The destructive cycle of cyberbullying is complicated and difficult to prevent because of the socio-economic constraints and the lack of federal and school-site laws and policies cause victims of cyberbullying to feel trapped, especially when perpetrators are unintentionally being supported by their anonymity and by legal loopholes. Perpetrators usually harass the people whom they feel are easy targets, often times they…

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  • Dualism And Economic Development

    II. The problem of study: The researchers suggest that dualism in villages’ socio-economic structure in Egypt is likely to bring different responses of rural population when they are exposed to same program or project of development. So far, it is not clear to what extent is this hypothesis valid to consider at both theoretical and empirical levels. Accordingly, planners and practitioners of development should consider the relationship between these two aspects, if it turned true, when planning…

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