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How educators can positively influence a school-age child to not hold biases or prejudices against others
By mixing them with other kids from different backgrounds and let them interact with each other.
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User: How educators can positively influence a school-age child to not hold biases or prejudices against others

Weegy: By mixing them with other kids from different backgrounds and let them interact with each other.
marionsal|Points 20|

User: Give an example of how a teacher can create a community of learners who support one another by fostering positive attitudes

Weegy: A school is good to the extent that… A school is excellent to the extent that… Staff demonstrate that they value children and young people by focusing on their learning, progress and attainment. [ [ They display children’s work in classrooms and in some public areas. Children and young people are proud of their learning, their progress, attainment and achievements. Their work is displayed well in classrooms, in public areas and, where possible, in the wider community. Achievements both within and outwith the school are recognised, valued and celebrated. Staff are committed and caring, and use praise to promote positive relationships and to improve learners’ self-esteem. Staff’s commitment to creating a positive and purposeful climate characterised by mutual respect, trust and confidence is strong. Interactions between all members of the school community are positive and focus on the needs of children and young people. Communications among staff and the school community are frequent, relaxed and friendly but also productive and focused on success. ]
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