IRIS Self Awareness Survey on Cultural Responsiveness Q&As

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Question 1

Benefits of Implementing Comprehensive Classroom Behavior Management.

Creation of calmer classroom, as Angela Mangum says. When you own a system that you
are comfortable with and different from your neighbors', you should stick to it (consistency is
essential). This will lead to a calmer classroom, and it will feel comfortable as you will be
comfortable with whatever you will do no matter what comes up.

A comprehensive classroom management system makes the teacher stress-free because
he deals with kids and teenagers or even young ones. Having such a system creates a low-stress
environment because you know what to do in the situation.

A comprehensive classroom behavior management system enables students to follow
clear expectations and understand classroom structures and have the tendency to flow right into
working behavior, as Ashley Lloyd says (Alter & Haydon, 2017). When students get engaged in
meaningful working behavior, they tend not to have unwanted behaviors. When unwanted
behaviors come up, it becomes easy to handle them since the rest can depend on their own
working time.

Question 2
"Cultural gaps" and Two Culturally Sustaining Practices Teachers can use to Address

Two or more cultures having any systematic difference which prevents their mutual
relations and understanding constitutes a cultural gap. Values, education, behavior, and customs
of the respective cultures comprise such differences. In education, cultural gaps can be defined as
any significant disparity in world views, values, and expectations between a teacher and
ethnically or culturally diverse students negatively affecting the success of diverse student
Teachers can address cultural gaps by using the following two culturally sustaining
practices; they should support students in developing who they are in concert with all the things
students are learning in the classroom rather than seeking to change them but instead seeking to
see the value of everything they are bringing (Alter ...

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