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Leading Digitally-Rich Cultures of Learning

A Principal's Reflections

A thriving culture views technology as a seamless component that can enhance learning in a multitude of ways. To ensure long-term success, it is essential to establish a culture that embraces digital learning and integrates it into every aspect of the school's operations.

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3 Ways to Create a Culture of Belonging

A Principal's Reflections

A culture of acceptance and respect can reap the rewards for all stakeholders. As you look to implement, refine, or improve DEI initiatives, consider how they help to create a culture of belonging. Everyone wants to feel that they belong where they work. It gives us a sense of purpose and meaning.

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Using Feedback to Create a Culture of Excellence

A Principal's Reflections

Cultures of excellence are created and fostered when feedback is used to commend effort while providing considerations for growth regularly. However, once feedback is prioritized and consistently provided, the stage is set for a culture of excellence. Most educators need and want feedback to grow.

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Cultural Relativism

Anthropology for Beginners

Cultural Relativism Cultural Relativism expresses the idea that the beliefs and practices of others are best understood in the light of the particular cultures in which they are found. Most societies are not relativist: they view their own ways as good, other people's as bad, inferior, or immoral a form of ETHNOCENTRISM.

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Where is Your Learning Culture?

A Principal's Reflections

How the structure and function of a learning culture lead to improvements in achievement and outcomes is where change efforts should be focused. Where is your learning culture? So how do we begin to transform culture? Image credit: Awaken Group Revolutions Where does the culture of your school fit into these categories, and why?

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Cultural Ecology and Julian Steward

Anthropology for Beginners

Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE Cultural Ecology and Julian Steward: Table of Contents Cultural Ecology and Julian Steward: 1 Steward’s theory: 1 Arrival of Culture ecology. The cultural ecologists speak about an intimate relationship between culture and environment.

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Culture and Personality with special emphasis on Margaret Mead

Anthropology for Beginners

Culture and Personality Culture and personality is the name of a broad unrecognized movement which brings cultural anthropology, psychology and psychiatry together from about 1928 to 1955. The primary aim is to study human experience, facts and artifacts from a dual socio-cultural as well as psychological point of view.

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