We, as teachers and educators, can demonstrate individual and collective leadership in our interactions with parents and guardians to support the achievement of equity and inclusive education.
Modelling behaviours and actions in our interactions with parents and guardians can help foster equitable and inclusive classrooms and schools.
Deliberate exploration of and sensitivity to visible and hidden forms of bias and discrimination within the classroom, school and wider community help us, as teachers and educators, to advance the principles of equitable and inclusive education.
- What opportunities within our classrooms and school communities exist for teachers and educators to demonstrate leadership in equity and inclusive education?
- What types of behaviours and actions can we, as teachers and educators, model for students and parents/guardians that reflect and advance the principles of equitable and inclusive education?
- In what ways can we harness our relationships with students and their parents/guardians to help us sensitively uncover and understand visible and hidden forms of bias and discrimination within our classrooms, school and wider community?