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Neglect (child abuse)

Child neglect is a form of maltreatment characterized by the failure to provide essential care and support to a child. It can impact the students in the class by affecting their physical and emotional well-being, hindering their academic performance, and contributing to social and behavioural challenges. THE AIM: To increase awareness and understanding of child neglect, and its effects on other students in the classroom. THE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Understanding what child neglect is and it’s different forms. Exploring strategies and resources to identify and address child neglect in the classroom, promoting the well-being and safety of all students.

Gender bias

Gender bias is a form of prejudice or discrimination based on an individual’s gender. It can impact the students in the class by perpetuating stereotypes, limiting opportunities, and creating unequal treatment based on gender. THE AIM: Promoting a more inclusive and equitable learning environment. THE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Understanding what gender bias is and how it manifests in educational settings. Recognizing the impact of gender bias on students and how to address it.

Disruptive behavior disorder

Disruptive behaviour disorder is a condition characterized by persistent disruptive actions. It can impact students in the class by disrupting learning and social dynamics. THE AIM: To promote a better understanding of the disorder. THE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Understanding disruptive behaviour disorder (DBD) and its characteristics and exploring strategies to address and manage DBD in the classroom setting.


The different hairs, noses, eyebrows, eyes characteristic of each race surprise everyone who meets them for the first time. But that doesn’t mean if you don’t know, you should dismiss. THE AIM: To help children understand that regardless of their race, all children are the same – they love to play, eat ice cream and learn together. THE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Students should understand that the reason for the differences between people is the natural conditions in which they lived for a long time and the lack of connection between them in the past.

Ethnic origin

Different ethnicity should be used to enrich students’ knowledge of how wide and colorful the world is, and how many interesting people live in it. THE AIM: To help children understand that regardless of their different history, family ties, religion, culture, etc., they can learn and have fun together in and out of school. THE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Students gradually lose their prejudices towards their different classmates and this shortens the distance between them.


Children’s different mother languages sometimes lead to alienation, isolation and rejection. This is an unacceptable pedagogical error that can be avoided in the first place with a lingua franca… THE AIM: To encourage faster acquisition of the language of the host country and of the new classmates. THE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Entering the new language and the new environment, the students use a third language to communicate in which they communicate and adapt. With the help of various games and apps, teachers introduce them to the language of the host country.

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