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Multicultural education can address cultural differences and bias in a variety of different ways. You can discuss how different cultures eat different foods, celebrate various holidays, take care of their families, express feelings, etc. Every culture has their own belief and value system, which your students can relate to in their own families. You could ask them to talk about some of their traditions within their families and see how students' share traditions or have variations on them. In terms of bias, you can talk about this in many ways that are not going to cause friction. You can do activities, such as the brown eyes activity, where you ask those with brown eyes to leave the room, and then you tell the rest of the students to treat them unfairly when they return. They are not allowed to participate in ...
The expert explains how multicultural education could address cultural differences and cultural bias in an educational setting.