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chelsearobles

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Develop respect, reciprocal relationships with families you need to be understanding and accept diversity. Each child, their families are very unique having their backgrounds, you as a teacher will get an understanding of how a family is and why the child is the way he/she is. Understanding yourself and what your background is you will be able to see the differences in you and the child’s family. I believe teachers and parents should have a bond where they can have open commmunication and come up to you when they need help.
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Ritsu T

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I believe that understanding diversity plays a part to develop the respectful relationship with family.  Acceptance of difference doesn't mean agreement about differences.  Teaching diversity doesn't mean teaching that each child has to agree with a difference but helping them learn to accept differences with respect.
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Developing respectful reciprocal relationships with families is an ongoing process. I think it should start from a place of understanding and compassion. While you might not understand or relate to everyone, it is always possible to find common ground and to accept differences. We are all influenced and shaped by our environments. Viewing diversity as a chance to add new perspective, and integrate varied experience is one way to create an open and accepting environment. 
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