action to eliminate unlawful direct and indirect discrimination and promote equality of opportunity.’
Demonstrating appropriate communication and behaviour can support equality and diversity in the classroom. In a learning environment, students should always be at the centre of everything that...
Summery of Integrity Equality & Diversity
(summary of findings, analysed in the context of the my own teaching practice)
Integrity in the Classroom
Maintaining integrity can be accomplished by good teachers. One of the key strategies to implement is to learn how to speak so that the students...
environment. Discussing each other’s differences is a great way to learn and become aware of the differences in the world. One example of promoting diversity is to display the word “welcome” on the door in all first languages spoken in that classroom or even learning how to say hello in each language. The...
• Explain how you would promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners.
• Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners
In this essay I am going to address ways to promote inclusion, equality and diversity with learners and...
discriminatory behaviour or prejudice;
* Provide opportunities for pupils to appreciate their own culture and celebrate the diversity of other cultures;
* Seek to involve all parents in supporting their child’s education;
* Encouraging classroom and staffroom discussion of equality issues...
trust I should be keeping their information safe with me and not to pass on to other persons if that trust is safe the learners feel safe in the classroom
The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament which defines UK law on the processing of data on identifiable living people...
will allow the learner to gain access to learning at the level they need it to be and gives them the support they need.
Promoting inclusion, diversity and equality in the classrooms is all about using your eyes and your ears and being aware of everyone's learning styles to promote a fully inclusive...
Theory Task 3
Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current / future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the needs of the potential learners.
During my NVQ training / assessing session’s inclusion would be...
experiences from life outside the classroom which can be used to promote equality and diversity.
Treat each student as an individual, and respect each student for who he or she is.
* Each of us has some characteristics in common with others of our gender, race, place of origin, and socio cultural...
Assessment Methods and Record Keeping
By Matthew Hooker
Explain the three main types of assessments used and fully explained how you conduct, or could conduct, an initial assessment of learners
I would tackle equality in the classroom by...
as the public in general. Further details of the Equality Act of 2010 can be found at http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/15/contents.
I strive to promote equality and value diversity in the classroom through understanding and being responsive to learner needs. I ensure inclusivity of the...
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...
Level 2 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools
Unit 204 Equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people
Name: Date: 7th February 2014
This assignment covers all outcomes for Unit 4
1.1 What are the laws and codes of practice that relate to the promotion of...
curriculum and teaching practices that emphasize the significance and value in diversity, learning from the cultural experiences of the students, and maintain equality and impartiality in the classroom (Johnson, Musical, & Hall, 2005). Teaching tolerance in the classroom also helps to raise empathy and...
quality learning, appropriate to their needs and circumstances in a safe and healthy environment. (Success for All, DES 2002)
We can promote inclusion, and equality and diversity by identifying the barriers and boundaries of the students. This will help a lot in overcoming the boundaries and to...
Theory by Lee Tomlinson
Equality, definition “The quality of being the same in quantity, measure, value or status” I have quoted from the Word web Dictionary as this sets the tone for the subject.
I believe that we are required to lead by example when we refer to equality, first by our initial response...
strategies to overcome barriers. Remember that learning takes place in multiple environments – visit organisations that support equality and diversity, organise presentations from members of the local community, or, where appropriate, encourage learners to bring their own experiences to the classroom...
opportunity. Schools have a duty to promote equality of opportunity to ensure that discrimination is avoided to all those who work within school environment: pupils, staff, parents, governors and all who use school facilities. The law attached to equality are primary legislation in power and are requirements...
Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current and future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners.
Inclusion, equality and diversity are all aspects of a learner’s entitlement. Inclusivity is about involving all...
classrooms which include fire exits blocked, trailing electricity cables etc.
Theory task 3. Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promote inclusion with your learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners.
In today’s globalised world as...
Plans should be used. The learning environment should be somewhere that everyone is treated as individuals, equals and with respect. An example of equality would listening and considering everyone’s views and encouraging others to do the same, also giving my own considered view with reasons. Including...
that underpin appropriate behaviour and respect for others, Identify key aspects of relative current legislative arrangements, Promote equality and engage with diversity, and know how to challenge discriminatory behaviour and attitudes, monitor learner progress Keep accurate records of learner progress...
their own practice.
Learning outcomes | Assessment criteria |
The learner will: | The learner can: |
1 | Understand the key features of a culture which promotes equality and values diversity | 1.1 | Define the meanings of equality and diversity in the UK context |
| | 1.2 | Identify the...
planning, how could you meet the needs of learners from this information to ensure they can begin your course?
- How does Information, advice and guidance (IAG) apply at this stage?
Explaining your responsibilities in meeting Equality and Diversity in the classroom:
- What does...
. Inclusion means to meet your learners needs, which some may have more than others. These needs should be appropriately met to enable full participation in the classroom.
The main issue related to equality and diversity would be exclusion. If the tutor does not meet the needs for those with a...
the word count (as in more for level four) and the tone of the questions. Where level three asks you to “describe” something, level four asks you to “review
You should find it quite easy to find definitions for equality, diversity and inclusion but entitlement might be more difficult although the...
pupil assessment. In conclusion, summary all written above, I can recapitulate, how children can benefit from equality,diversity and why they need to understand the different cultures.
Each and every child/young person have a right to all the available skills and opportunities that will enable...
Level 3 theory assessment.
Promoting inclusion, equality and diversity in the with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the needs of learners.
To achieve a productive learning environment within the classroom these 3 points should be taken into consideration:
are treated fairly and have equality of opportunity, this doesn’t mean that all my learner’s will be treated the same but I will recognise their need’s that can be met in different way’s.
I value diversity in not discriminating an individual of their age, gender, sexuality, ability, religion, race, family circumstances, culture or social background’s.
I welcome equality and diversity in my classroom so each learner and others are treated fairly....
Identity and Diversity: Citizenship Education and looking
forwards from the Ajegbo Report
Political Context of the Ajegbo Report
Recently a number of government ministers have made speeches reflecting upon their understanding of ‘Britishness’, often linking explicitly to Citizenship education. Ministers...