Cultural Difference in the Classroom.
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This paper addresses professional ethics, educational law and policy involving cultural differences as an important framework of teaching. The opening section describes an incident in which a student made a remark disparaging Aboriginal religion without realizing that an Aboriginal student is present. The remaining part of the paper addresses these matters and a constructive approach taken by the teacher.
From the Paper:"The city of Toronto offers many opportunities to encounter incidents that call into question the teacher's ability to cope with students' natural outspokenness or curiosity while avoiding incidents to violate the rights of other children. This paper refers to the occasion of a student who was Aboriginal, and like many, not visibly so. He responded when a different student had made a remark against religions that did not travel across the world or extend themselves to others and used the example of Aboriginal religion of which he plainly knew very little, seeming to see it as excluding all non-Aboriginal people and thus, not as a proper religion at..."
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