Diversity education

Anatomy of a Special Needs Child - Infographic with tips and information on raising kids with challenging needs.

Anatomy of a Special Needs Child - Infographic with tips and information on raising kids with challenging needs.

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Ideas for this unit borrowed from Barbara Slater Stern, Jim Hogan, and th e  National Archives . "Those Pesky Little Words."  Social Studies and Diversity Education: What We Do and Why We Do It ....

Ideas for this unit borrowed from Barbara Slater Stern, Jim Hogan, and th e National Archives . "Those Pesky Little Words." Social Studies and Diversity Education: What We Do and Why We Do It ....

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Managing diversity is a responsibility of a manager and the first step towards harmony in the workplace. Treating each associate with respect and equity is how you comply with this standard. In addition, understanding culture differences and backgrounds without uniformity will show your employees that you truly care about them as individuals.

Managing diversity is a responsibility of a manager and the first step towards harmony in the workplace. Treating each associate with respect and equity is how you comply with this standard. In addition, understanding culture differences and backgrounds without uniformity will show your employees that you truly care about them as individuals.

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Words to live by - Wisdom - Acceptance - Benevolence - Compassion - Diversity - Education - Forgiveness - Humanity - Integrity - Joy - Kindness - Magnanimity

Words to live by - Wisdom - Acceptance - Benevolence - Compassion - Diversity - Education - Forgiveness - Humanity - Integrity - Joy - Kindness - Magnanimity

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Wrap one box filled with rocks in pretty paper. Wrap another box filled with m in torn newspaper and twine. Ask kids which they'd prefer... Then open them! Not everything that looks nice on the outside is nice on the inside. Then taste the m Can they tell the difference between the colors? That's because no one color is better than another!

Wrap one box filled with rocks in pretty paper. Wrap another box filled with m in torn newspaper and twine. Ask kids which they'd prefer... Then open them! Not everything that looks nice on the outside is nice on the inside. Then taste the m Can they tell the difference between the colors? That's because no one color is better than another!

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