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Standard 2 Project

Erlanda Romilus

Standard 2

The teacher uses understanding of individual differences and diverse cultures


and communities to ensure inclusive learning environments that enable each
learner to meet high standards.

What is inclusive?

Inclusive education is about how teachers develop and design our schools,
classrooms, programs and activities so that all students learn and participate
together.

Some individual differences in students

Differences in Intelligence

Work Habits and Motivation

The intelligence of your students

There are clearly individual

will determine the kind of material

differences in students' work

that you can present, and the fact

habits, but there is very little that

that there are huge intellectual

we can do about this. We can do a

differences among students means


that material which quite suitable
for the average student will be too
challenging.

little, however, about motivation.


If we spice up our lectures and
make them interesting.

Example of culture diverse

Fundamental differences among


people arise from nationality,
ethnicity, and culture, as well as
from family background and
individual experiences. These
differences affect beliefs,
practices, and behavior and also
influence our expectations of one
another.

Culture greatly influences attitudes


about physical contact, whether
it's a handshake, hug, or pat on the
back. In Asia, female friends often
hold hands and men casually
embrace one another as they walk
down the street. Americans,
however, may feel uncomfortable
with such public behavior. In some
Asian cultures, affectionately
patting an adult's head is strictly
taboo, although it can be
acceptable behavior between
adults and young children

Determine high standard

Content standards define what all students should know and be able to do.
They describe the knowledge, skills, and understanding that students should
have in order to attain high levels of competency in challenging subject
matter.

When we do not hold all students to high academic standards, the result can
be low achievement and the tragedy of children leaving school without ever
having been challenged to fulfill their potential

Standard allow every student, every parent, and every teacher to share in
common expectations of what students should know and be able to accomplish.
Students will learn more when more is expected of them, in school and at home.
And standards will help create coherence in educational practices by aligning
teacher education, instructional materials, and assessment practices.