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Either of the two sexes (male and

female), especially when


considered with reference to social
and cultural differences rather than
biological ones. The term is also
used more broadly to denote a
range of identities that do not
correspond to established ideas of
male and female.
An ethnic group or an
ethnicity, is a category of
people who identify with each
other based on similarities
such as common ancestry,
language, history, society,
culture or nation. Ethnicity is
usually an inherited status
based on the society in which
one lives.
the length of time that a
person has lived or a thing has
existed.

Socioeconomic status is the


social standing or class of an
individual or group. It is often
measured as a combination of
education, income and
occupation.
The students’ self-awareness is enhance by diversity.
Student diversity contributes to cognitive
development.
“The classroom is peculiary the marketplace of ideas” –
William J. Brenann
The student diversity prepares learners for their role
as responsible member of society.
“The classroom can provide more than just theory
given by the teacher in a lecture. With the student
diversity, the classroom becomes a ‘public place’
where the community can practice.” – Suzanne
Morse

The student diversity can promote harmony.


Encourage learners to share their personal history
and experiences.
Integrate learning experiences and activities which
promote students’ multicultural and cross-cultural
awareness.
Integrate learning experiences and activities which
promote students’ multicultural and cross-cultural
awareness.
Communicate high expectations to students from all
sub-groups.
Use varied instructional methods to accommodate
student diversity in learning styles.
Vary the examples you use to illustrate concepts in
order to provide multiple contexts that are relevant to
students from diverse background.
Adapt the students’ diverse backgrounds and
learning styles by allowing their personal choice and
decision-making opportunities concerning what they
will learn it.
Diversify your methods of assessing and evaluating
student learning.
Purposely, from small-discussion groups of students
from diverse background. You can form groups of
students with different learning styles, different
cultural background, etc.