This can be achieved by learning a new language, to have a confident self identity I need to be unbiased and stay positive about going into unknown settings. I need to understand different religions and their cultures and practices. Being with persons who are not similar to me culturally and religiously will also help. Sharing knowledge about my culture and experiences will also help me raise building of a knowledgeable self-identity.
Own interaction with people from different background can be promoted by myself through
Inquiring about the background of different people from them, I can also have conversation with them about the difference in our backgrounds. I can also do research of different backgrounds and also be open and comfortable about their cultures. My interaction with other people has to be unbiased and optimistic.
In order to foster, my critical thinking about biasness I need to
Firstly, I need to observe different behavior before I start to speak. Consider facts and the thoughts of others before I start to speak. I must have touching sympathy about others around me. When I spot any biasness, it should be my duty not to ignore it but receive it. Is should not change my ethical thinking towards biasness due to pressure from others.
When someone behaves in a biased manner towards me or anyone around me, or when bias situations occur in classroom it will be my duty to speak up for myself and for any other person who is facing biasness around me. I will not only raise my voice but also take action, which I am capable of taking against any bias act.
The challenges, which I will face towards achieving this goal, are:
It will be difficult for me to understand other cultures. I will need time to accustom myself with other cultures and religions. Learning new languages, which will be used for better communication, will be a challenge for me.
I can develop these goals in my work and personal life by being unbiased and open-minded myself towards unfair situations and start thinking critically about them. The knowledge about different cultures and religions will also help me develop these goals.
The imparters of primary education believe that everyone should get equal opportunity towards achieving their life goals. If the primary educators treat the children as confident, strong, intelligent and kind, the children will automatically develop these traits within them. However, if the educators do not follow this policy and the children start to feel disliked or unwanted, it will have a very negative impact on their conduct. They will not be able to differentiate between what is good and what is not. They will not understand the importance of unbiased behavior and the need to raise their voice against it (Torrano&Tursunbayeva, 2015).
How to Develop a Knowledgeable Self-Identity
People should be thought the ways in which they can nurture and develop their personality and knowledge towards a confident self-identity. This can be developed by the people in various ways. The achievement of this confident self-identity can be achieved by the people through learning different languages so that they can incorporate with their companions easily and more efficiently (Lereya, Samara&Wolke, 2013). When the people are going into new and unknown environments, they should be open-minded and must have a positive attitude towards the new setting. They should take interest in the religious and cultural customs of their companions and make an effect to get accustomed with them (Lee, 2016). They should constantly incorporate themselves with those who are different to them with respect to culture, religion and even ethnically. They should also try to share their personal experiences and cultures with their companions and make the others equally interested in themselves (Ornstein et al. 2016). They should strive to discover their similarities with respect to physical attributes and culture and always strive to acknowledge the differences between each other. The young students must know that they are inferior to no one and with respect to this; they should always raise their voice against any negative comments made towards them (Mihaly et al., 2013). They should take the support of their family and friends whenever they require and never doubt the abilities of themselves. People should never judge others by the way they look and always try to communicate with others. These basic principles can really help a person develop a self-identity within a group and overall (Gonzalez, Steele& Baron, 2016).
How to Foster Critical Thinking Towards Biasness
In order to raise voice against biasness people should understand that not everything going around them is bias. They need to start thinking critically about biased behavior. People should first patiently observe activities of others before making a judgment about them (Schunk, Meece&Pintrich, 2012). Once proper observation is done of any bias behavior people should think and come to a fair conclusion before they speak about it. The people should always have emotional understanding with respect to their companions (Conley et al., 2015). They themselves should not be bias with respect to their companions before judging others. However, when they are confident enough that biasness is taking place around them then they should at no cost ignore it and immediately raise their voice against such event or act. They should not only raise their voice but also do what they can within their capabilities to prevent the future happening of such an event. People should only take the good things from their surroundings and never give into bad behavior because of pressure from companions or any other person. They should not do what others expect them to do and act in accordance of good faith and reasonable mind. People should always keep only minimum expectations from others, as they cannot exercise their control over their nature. In doing so people should always open-minded towards their companions and others and try to accept them in the way they exist. This has to done accordingly or else it will be very difficult to solve the problem of biasness in the society (C.lamm, 2007).
It is necessary for the society to eliminate biasness within it and not to eliminate the persons who are being bias. Awareness needs to be spread in the society about the evils of biased behavior and the potential threat it poses to the society. People should be confident enough to speak against any biased behavior around them and analyze the effects of theirs action before reacting (Valley, 2013).
Challenges Towards Achieving These Goals
Biasness is an evil, which cannot be determined easily and cannot be spotted prima faice. An act should be observed patiently for a while before it is assumed to be biased. When a teacher is scolding a student because of his misconduct, the student can easily assume that the teacher is being biased towards him or her, which is actually not the case. In order to overcome challenges related to biasness proper and accurate spotting of a bias act is necessary. A person in most of the circumstances will assume that a step taken against him is a bias act as this is human nature. The biggest challenge to eliminate the evils of biased behavior is to create within one’s self the ability to be rational and think flexibly.
Children who are culturally and linguistically different must be treated equally both in context of school and in their home. For developing unbiased behavior as an inclusive practice, I would personally recommend these steps. I would recommend each family of culturally and linguistically diverse children to be respected and treated equally as compared to the other. Every human being share the similarity of need of food, shelter, cloths and society to be able to survive, they only live differently to each other. I would recommend that every child should be supported totally with respect to his or her social identity and should be given equal opportunities to develop their personalities. It is important to identify the diversity between culturally and linguistically different children in order to address their needs equally and in an unbiased manner. Steps should be taken to enlighten culturally and linguistically different children about the similarities and dissimilarities they have with each other and they should be thought how to accept everyone equally at both school as well as home life. The misconception between the children about biasness has to be addressed by the primary educators for their ethical development. I would recommend a close check to be maintained on any unfair practices which takes place within school or home life of the culturally and linguistically different children and they should be thought the proper way to react in such situations.
Thus, the issue of biasness in the society needs to be adequately addressed and this can be done through self-assessment and being tolerant towards other cultures.
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