I think it makes far more sense to take care of all scholars differently. I believe of it as a parent.
Merely have four children it really is my responsibility to address every single child’s demands. You can raise all children in the same home and they will all 4 walk away having a different encounter and model of what went on. I see the classroom the same way. A relationship must be built from the beginning.
This way the students know that everyone in the classroom features different demands and I can do my better to meet all of them. There is no favoritism just justness. This has to get explained and revisited over the school season. There is a definite overrepresentation of African Us citizens in unique education. I do believe the contributing factors are their environment, some only a few are originating from single parent or guardian households and the value of education needs to be examined.
I believe it is a unfortunate state of affairs. Kids who misbehave are not actually behavior problems. I think the genetics differ from African Us citizens and their equivalent.
The diet is different as is the influences around them. More must be done to stop this but that won’t be easy. To start with a widely responsive classroom I think there should be some rules set. Several cultures ought to be explored and discussed as a class.
That would be best practice. In addition there should be pictures that reflect variety around the class room. Behavior and motivation will abide by suit in the event that addressed early on.
I think the students will see how the teacher responds and in turn react the same way.