a. Examine own frames of references (including but not limited to race, culture, gender, language, abilities, ways of knowing) to uncover and address the potential biases in these frames.
b. Communicate respect for learners as individuals with differing personal and family backgrounds and various assets, skills, perspectives, talents, and interests.
c. Demonstrate commitment to incorporating knowledge of learners’ diverse strengths in instruction.
d. Hold oneself accountable for all learners’ learning.
e. Demonstrate high expectations that are developmentally appropriate for each individual learner.