Teachers should establish their expectations and guidelines for behaviour in the classroom, including a zero-tolerance policy for hate speech or discriminatory behaviour.
Education is the most effective means of preventing intolerance. Dealing with hate and intolerance in the classroom is a frequent occurrence for teachers. If not dealt with properly, these feelings can negatively impact the learning environment and the well-being of all students. Teachers can address hate & intolerance in the classroom by setting clear expectations.
Teachers should establish their expectations and guidelines for behaviour in the classroom, including a zero-tolerance policy for hate speech or discriminatory behaviour. First, the most important lesson to learn about tolerance is that it’s necessary for succeeding in today’s workplace.
School experiences and situations that make students unhappy throughout their school life are exams, homework, projects, wrong choices, courses and syllabi, scolding, pressure, violence and punishment. In this situation, we can deal with unhappy students by talking about their feelings, reading together and paying attention to what their behaviour is communicating.
RPK Bilari, Moradabad