Updated: 5/20/2020
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  • Half hour later...
  • Lau, Isabella is crying, can you talk to her and ask what happen?
  • Yes, sure
  • Yes teacher, can we talk outside the classroom?
  • Isabella what happen? are you ok? Do you want to talk?
  • Yes
  • Teacher, I felt so bad, you do not pay attention when I spoke and the children mocked me .
  • because I have different ways of calling the food, and I felt far from my real home, Venezuela.
  • Voice off: Half hour later…
  • Ohh Isa, I apologize to you,
  • The teacher Karolynne and I never wanted to make you feel bad, but take into account that it is difficult to pay attention to each boy and girl in this classroom since you are a lot
  • She does not have an accent.
  • We did not know that isabella is from Venezuela
  • Laura and Isabella go outside to the classroom
  • in order to avoid the anxiety, the invisible perspective, and the exclusion with this type of co-cultures.
  • Girls, I like the way in which you solved the problem. It is important that we as teachers talk with our students about their feelings
  • On the other hand, I can tell you that we as teachers need to be like nepantleras
  • However, I promise that the next time we are going to pay more attention to avoiding this situation.
  • Back to the round table
  • We have to act as an intermediate person between the diverse cultures that we can find in our classrooms promoting respect between students, recognizing the differences
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