Propose a classroom/school environment that will successfully use, affirm and sustain the culture and language of a female African Immigrant who until her freshman year of high school had attended various private schools in Africa. New experiences for her in U.S school were such things as a "media center" and turning in papers that needed to be typed and not handwritten.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:09 am ad1c9bdddf
Many educators and educational institutes must find ways in which to allow immigrant and minority students from different cultures and of different languages to assimilate in a new educational environment. For many of these students, their new environments are very intimidating and they may feel lost and confused if left on their own. As a result, their performance may deeply suffer despite being entirely capable. Thus, educators must create an environment to use, affirm and sustain the culture and language of these students to help them assimilate to the new culture, progress as well as sustain their culture and language.
To achieve these objectives, an environment of understanding, empathy, patience and flexibility must be created in the classroom and further into the wider school. There are several important aspects of creating a supportive environment including support from peers and educators, social interaction, classroom activities allowing the student to share her background and.
Most importantly, she will require support of her educators, counselors, peers, and caregivers/parents. Classmates may be made available to her to demonstrate tasks that she may not be familiar with or to offer her private tutoring. ...
A classroom/school environment is discussed.
First day of school welcoming activity
Imagine it is the first day of school and you are welcoming a whole new set of students to class. Create your own welcoming activity for the first day of school that demonstrates how you will incorporate differentiation through a growth mindset. You are not limited to any particular format, but you must address the following:
1. How you will provide a safe and secure classroom climate
2. How you will provide a positive learning environment
3. How you will meet the social and emotional needs of your students
4. How you will foster a sense of student ownership
5. How you will create empathy with your students
6. How you will provide students opportunities to succeed
7. How you will eliminate student fear of failure and humiliation