Introduction to Multiculturism and Socioemotional Development
We as a human race are all unique and different; thus, we are derived from what is nature and we grow as we are nurtured. Therefore, I have chosen to this paper because of the characteristics of how we grow that define us by cultures and these cultures sometimes end up on the same lands and in the same learning environments causing socioemtional states. Thus, the term multiculturism represents diverse peoples in one area and through education we are educated equally in today’s society and have learned that everyone can learn, therefore, is capable of learning (Le Francois, 2011). Fortunately, I believe and have found through further research within the learning environment we all can learn, but not everyone develops at the same time it depends on the environment, genetics, and cultural heritage depending on the stimuli that help our brains trigger emotional states for learning. Further, through our brains we learn about emotions and this helps our socioemotional develop, which is how cognitive development occurs (Jensen, 2009). Moreover, this formal paper will give enlightenment and knowledge of multiculturalism and how socioemotional development helps guide students to learn; while teachers help with different strategies working together in a climate controlled school environment.
Research and Resources for Multiculturalism and Socioemotional Development
Ms. Ayton-Shenker wrote and effective article on The Challenge of Human Rights and Cultural Diversity, which helped with my research by way of defining multiculturalism universally and defining equality for human rights. Thus, helping multiculturalism through equality and enabling exchange students to be educated across the globe. Personally, I found her article informative and enlightening to the value of all diverse peoples and the importance of equality. Thus, I would more than likely use this article in the future as I have made...