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equal opportunties

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by tree1212, May 6, 2011.

  1. when a question arises such as how do i make sure that pupils from different ethinic backgrounds and religions have equal opportunties, i have thought of the following;
    to make sure the language in class will be respectful, and non discriminating on these grounds.
    to avoid sterotyping of any race or religion ( both pupils amongst each other, and as a teacher).
    to decorate the classroom with displays of positive contributions in maths made by various religions and races
    and lastly to show different mathmatical techniques from various cultures
    is there anything ive missed?
    thanks
    paul
     

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