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Interacting with diversity

People need social and educational experiences to be able to understand diversity and cultural differences.
diverse children and teachers playing at pre school
The more we interact with people who are different from us, the better we get at it. Have you ever had an experience with diversity or cultural differences where you did or said the wrong thing? Have you ever been on the opposite side and experienced another person not interacting the best way with you due to your diversity or cultural differences?
Please share your story in the comments and then discuss the stories of two to three other learners.
The more we interact with people who are different from us, the better we get at it. Have you ever had an experience with diversity or cultural differences where you did or said the wrong thing? Have you ever been on the opposite side and experienced another person not interacting the best way with you due to your diversity or cultural differences?

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