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Brody’s Bullying Philosophy EDU 101. Step #1: Multiethnic Curriculum As an aspiring History teacher, I believe much of the curriculum in schools is shown.

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1 Brody’s Bullying Philosophy EDU 101

2 Step #1: Multiethnic Curriculum As an aspiring History teacher, I believe much of the curriculum in schools is shown from an American point of view. I believe this can discourage active thinking and promote mental stagnation. I would aim to show views on events from global perspectives. As an aspiring History teacher, I believe much of the curriculum in schools is shown from an American point of view. I believe this can discourage active thinking and promote mental stagnation. I would aim to show views on events from global perspectives. I would teach students about important African American, Latino, disabled, and homosexual people in history throughout the school year. I would teach students about important African American, Latino, disabled, and homosexual people in history throughout the school year. I would choose texts with main characters that everyone can relate to, not just the blonde haired, blue-eyed, middle-class, white American. I would choose texts with main characters that everyone can relate to, not just the blonde haired, blue-eyed, middle-class, white American. “When we reject the single story, when we realize that there was never a single story about any place, we regain a kind of paradise.” “When we reject the single story, when we realize that there was never a single story about any place, we regain a kind of paradise.” -Chimamanda Adichie -Chimamanda Adichie

3 Step #2: Volunteering in the Classroom I don’t believe all bullies have one specific group they target. I believe bullying comes from inner problems that could be projected to many different groups. Thus, I believe reaching out to a number of groups is important. I don’t believe all bullies have one specific group they target. I believe bullying comes from inner problems that could be projected to many different groups. Thus, I believe reaching out to a number of groups is important. I would include volunteering activities in my curriculum. These would include working with the poor and the elderly. I would include volunteering activities in my curriculum. These would include working with the poor and the elderly. As a History teacher, I would include projects where my students speak with elderly people who experienced events throughout History. I believe this not only builds a respect for the elderly, but provides an influential firsthand experience of an event that you wouldn’t get from a textbook. As a History teacher, I would include projects where my students speak with elderly people who experienced events throughout History. I believe this not only builds a respect for the elderly, but provides an influential firsthand experience of an event that you wouldn’t get from a textbook.

4 Step #3: “Mix It Up In Class Day” This is a spin on the “Mix It Up At Lunch Day,” a program becoming popular around the country. This is a spin on the “Mix It Up At Lunch Day,” a program becoming popular around the country. “Mix It Up in Class Day” would require students to sit in different places and work with different students. This would break down social barriers and would ideally limit bullying as people would better understand and respect each other. “Mix It Up in Class Day” would require students to sit in different places and work with different students. This would break down social barriers and would ideally limit bullying as people would better understand and respect each other.

5 Step #4: No-Bullying Zone I would make it clear on Day 1 of school that my classroom is a “no-bullying zone” and that violators would have consequences. I believe many bullies feel they can “get away with it.” Not in my classroom. I believe everyone has a right to education. When bullying interferes with a student’s learning by making them in the least bit uncomfortable, the bully must be held responsible. I would make it clear on Day 1 of school that my classroom is a “no-bullying zone” and that violators would have consequences. I believe many bullies feel they can “get away with it.” Not in my classroom. I believe everyone has a right to education. When bullying interferes with a student’s learning by making them in the least bit uncomfortable, the bully must be held responsible. An outline on my bullying policy would be on the walls of my classroom. An outline on my bullying policy would be on the walls of my classroom.

6 My Bullying Policy The first bullying incident will result in both the bully and victim staying after class to discuss the issue with myself. The administration will also be notified so they can look out for future incidents between the two students. The first bullying incident will result in both the bully and victim staying after class to discuss the issue with myself. The administration will also be notified so they can look out for future incidents between the two students. If the bullying continues, the issue will be addressed in class. I won’t embarrass the students by saying what happened and between who, but I would use the incident to talk about other discriminatory events of similar natures throughout history and how those events are viewed today. I’d then ask the bully in private to write on what we had just discussed in class. If the bullying continues, the issue will be addressed in class. I won’t embarrass the students by saying what happened and between who, but I would use the incident to talk about other discriminatory events of similar natures throughout history and how those events are viewed today. I’d then ask the bully in private to write on what we had just discussed in class. If the bullying doesn’t stop, another lesson will be brought up. This time, the bully would then present the paper to the victim after class. Together, we would develop a plan of attack to create the most comfortable environment for both students. If the bullying doesn’t stop, another lesson will be brought up. This time, the bully would then present the paper to the victim after class. Together, we would develop a plan of attack to create the most comfortable environment for both students. If the bullying continues, I would seek further help from the administration. It would become apparent at that point that the bully may have further emotional issues that need to be dealt with professionally. If the bullying continues, I would seek further help from the administration. It would become apparent at that point that the bully may have further emotional issues that need to be dealt with professionally.

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