This essay focuses on the sources of their struggles as well.a wheelchair, a student does not speak English, a student who does not celebrate traditional holidays
Part 3 – Incorporate Diversity
How to address diverse needs in your class (e.g., a student in a wheelchair, a student does not speak English, a student who does not celebrate traditional holidays, a student who cannot eat certain foods because of religion, a student who is a different race than the rest of the class, etc.)
may help shed light on the sources of their struggles as well. Using elements of a client’s belief system or practice in therapy may also enhance their understanding or acceptance of clinical advice.favoring the latter. But a persuasive body of research finds that religious belief and participation can help people cope with stress, and that many reap significant benefits from the social support of a religious community. There can be a downside,
Surveys find that far fewer people seek out a spiritual leader for advice or guidance today than in the past. In the absence of such a connection, they may be more likely to turn
instructionally support various diverse needs, including language, family backgrounds, skills, and abilities in your classroom
How to develop a culture in your classroom that values each students’ diverse background
How to establish and maintain a positive and collaborative relationship with families.