4-6 pages Multicultural learning walk

I don’t understand this Leads question and need help to study.

I finished the first and second part you will find it in the fils

you will do part 3 and 4 based on part 1 and 2

MULTICULTURAL LEARNING WALK

Directions to the Candidates:

Candidates will demonstrate the ability to communicate with members of the school community in

reference to trends, issues, and changes in environment through an observation of the

representation and appreciation of diverse community groups and cultures in their respective

workplaces. The focus of the activity is to take an active viewer look at your school/workplace as if

from the perspective of a 1st time observer. Record the setting, structure, environment and

immediate displays/postings. Be sure to highlight where there is evidence or absence of an active

observance of multiculturalism. Candidates will demonstrate the ability to engage the students,

parents, and other community members by drafting a report of findings and creating an Action Plan

to address school policies and procedures for engaging the diverse populations represented in the

school to possibly be presented during a Parent-Teacher-Student-Association (PTSA) meeting.

There are four parts to this assignment that are to be met using the rubric below, which are aligned

to ELCC Building Standard Elements 4.1 through 4.4 (see below). Although there is repetitive mention

of observation and evaluation within school settings, you may conduct this project in your work

setting as long as it can be described as a learning organization. Please view the observation and the

record of observation as a precursor to this assignment. Outreach and action towards improvement is

also required. The goal is to have an observation of the representation and appreciation of diverse

community groups and cultures, along with the description of the observation, this section may also

include a visual representation of diversity. Your written assignment should be submitted in four

parts.

  • Part I Tied to ELCC Building Standard Element 4.1- Candidates are to understand and
  • demonstrate that they can collaborate with faculty and community members by collecting

    and analyzing information pertinent to the improvement of the school’s educational

    environment. Candidates are to demonstrate that they understand: collaboration and

    communication techniques to improve the school’s educational environment; and information

    pertinent to the school’s educational environment. Demonstrate use collaboration strategies

    to collect, analyze, and interpret school, student, faculty, and community information; and hot

    to communicate information about the school within the community. This should be 2-3

    pages APA guided based on the rubric below due on October 28.

  • Part II Tied to ELCC Building Standard Element 4.2 – Candidates are to understand and
  • demonstrate that they can mobilize community resources by promoting an understanding,

    appreciation, and use of the diverse cultural, social, and intellectual resources within the

    school community. Candidates are to demonstrate that they understand: to identify and use

    diverse community resources to improve school programs; identify and mobilize effective

    community resources. Demonstrate how to achieve school-based cultural competence; and

    leverage and enhance diverse cultural, social, and intellectual community resources. This

    should be 2-3 pages APA guided based on the rubric below due on November 4.

  • Part III Tied to ELCC Building Standard Element 4.3 – Candidates understand and can respond
  • to community interests and needs by building and sustaining positive school relationships

    with families and caregivers. Candidates are to demonstrate that they understand: the needs

    of students, parents or caregivers; school organizational culture that promotes open

    communication with families and caregivers; school strategies for effective oral and written

    communication with families and caregivers; approaches to collaboration with families and

    caregivers. Conduct a needs assessments of families and caregivers; develop collaboration

    strategies for effective relationships with families and caregivers and how you would involve

    families and caregivers in the decision-making processes at the school. This should be 2-3

    pages APA guided based on the rubric below due on November 18.

  • Part IV Tied to ELCC Building Standard Element 4.4 – Candidates understand and can respond
  • to community interests and needs by building and sustaining productive school relationships

    with community partners. Candidates are to demonstrate that they understand: the needs of

    school community partners; school organizational culture that promotes open communication

    with community partners; school strategies for effective oral and written communication with

    community partners; collaboration methods to develop and sustain productive relationships

    with community partners. This should be 2-3 pages APA guided based on the rubric below due

    on November 25.

    Your observation and report should consider and include