Professor Azure Dee Smiley Angelov discusses the many ways we encounter cultural and ethnic diversity, and how to approach these situations in a way that expands our knowledge and experience without causing offense.
In this tutorial, middle school teacher Tom Moxley discusses diversity within the classroom. He demonstrates--with in-class video excerpts-- inclusion, social interaction and peer grouping, which combined, create a level playing field for students of all abilities.
Azure Angelov explains that diversity in education can relate to race, ethnicity, gender, social class, sexual orientation, and religion. These factors affect a student's experience, and educators must keep them in mind as they deal with students.
Professor Teresa Taber Doughty from Purdue University opens up to SAGE Publications about her experience and research in Special and Inclusive Education, including working with students with intellectual disabilities and autism, creating an inclusive classroom environment, incorporating assistive technologies, and more.