Diversity by Design: A Pedagogical Model for the Teaching of Tolerance

By Grace Sneddon.

Published by The Diversity Collection

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In the literature, diversity consciousness is classified as consisting of 3 interrelated components: awareness and understanding and diversity skills. Like all learning, these components build upon each other to increase diversity consciousness.

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 3. Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: 1447-9532, DC03-0035-2003. Article: Electronic (PDF File; 184.712KB), ISSN: 1447-9583, DC03-0035-2003.

Ms Grace Sneddon

Grace completed her degree in counselling psychology in 1981, and has been a practitioner in community mental health for over 25 years. Prior to her degree, she had experience in a chronic mental health facility, group and foster homes and in a women?s transition house. During her degree, Grace?s clinical studies focussed on family, and career counselling with an emphasis on new Canadians (Vietnam "boat people") She also did career and family counselling with the wives of armed forces personnel. She has been a public school teacher and has taught at all levels (K-12) and in a variety of roles and settings, including alternate and learning disability programs and a juvenile correctional facility. For 14 years Grace was an elementary school counsellor where she did academic, personal and family counselling with a particular emphasis on aggressive behaviour. Grace completed her degree in counselling psychology in 1981, and has been a practitioner in community mental health for over 25 years. During her degree, Grace?s clinical studies focussed on family, and career counselling with an emphasis on new Canadians (Vietnam "boat people") Presently a consultant to several public and private school boards, she assists them with critical incidents. cultural issues as well as training staff on multicultural sensitivity.Grace provides support for International students, Canadian bicultural and multi-ethnic individuals She initiated and chaired the first three annual children's contest entitled "IN CELEBRATION OF COLOUR" Raising the Awareness of Visible Minority ChildrenGrace completed her degree in counselling psychology in 1981. Presently the international counsellor at UVIC, she is also a consultant to several public and private school boards where she assists them with critical incidents. cultural issues and trains school and university staff on multicultural sensitivity. Grace provides support for International students, Canadian bicultural and multi-ethnic individuals. She initiated and chaired the first three years of an annual children's contest entitled "IN CELEBRATION OF COLOUR" Raising the Awareness of Visible Minority Children.

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