Focus Group: Primary School Teachers
Culture is a strong part of all South African’s lives. It influences our views, values, humour, hopes, loyalties, and worries and fears. So when you are teaching learners and building relationships with them, it helps to have some perspective and understanding of their cultures. As we explore culture, it’s important to remember how much we have in common but at the same time, we can’t pretend that our cultures and differences don’t matter. We can’t gloss over differences and pretend they don’t exist, wishing that we could be alike. And we can’t pretend that people (teachers, parents and learners) that discriminate, don’t exist.
This course looks at how the educator can manage cultural diversity in the classroom that is not only beneficial on a personal level but that enhances the learning experience.
- Culture and the impact in the classroom
- The benefits of having a diverse staff
- Diversity and employee personal growth
- Gender and the family: the impact in the classroom
Facilitator: Simon Banda (associate of FTC)
Date: Monday, 4 November 2013
Venue: Golden Grove Primary School
Workshop fee: NAPTOSA members: R120 / Non-members: R150
Closing date for bookings: 28 October 2013
(Use form herewith. Proof of payment must accompany booking form.)
Download Booking Form and return to Naptosa: Dealing with Cultural Diversity