Diversity: Children consider the beauty behind a world of diverse colors and draw their portrait on a crayon cutout. Glue crayons on a paper towel roll and align in a shallow box to display in the classroom.
Teaching children about tolerance and diversity is a must because we live in a world that is becoming increasingly more diverse. This article offers suggestions for books about diversity and tolerance, movies about diversity and tolerance, and also activ
Human rights perspectives respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.
Iceberg Model - Invisible Culture is under the water line. What is your invisible culture (iC)? When you go to a new culture do you use your iC to interpret someone else's visible culture? If so it could be a mismatch.